Photographer's Note

To visit Dalt Vila – which looks manageable in the flat representation in the guide book – is to walk up and turn and walk up, and turn, and up, and up and up. One somehow reaches the top of the walls to find and impressive view of the harbor and the sea and to briefly enjoy a refreshing breeze, before attempting the downward trek, over polished stones, trying to imagine which of the winding streets will take you back to the gate. Dalt Vila is not just an historic monument – it is a living city, with academies, art galleries, restaurants, shops and many, many homes – many of which are available for sale or rent.
This small restaurant with many musical instruments hanging from the wall and serving Paella, the traditional Spanish rice dish caught my attention.

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Additional Photos by Rafael Morillo (rmorillo) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Silver Note Writer [C: 70 W: 26 N: 23] (273)
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