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Oh no! Stop, shot and painting it - and now lots have done it (and better) too!

The allure of my own plastic chair outside the room. I cannot resist it! I will have to make a booking straight away!

Funny combination of old and new ... great - voted

Large original image is PNG - despite being renamed JPG by Panoramio. This does not effect its display in Mac web browsers.

Too uncanny... I just looked up the Athens Olympic Sports Complex in Wikipedia. Both structures are by the Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. Why do a new design when you've got an old one in the drawer and can get paid twice for it? Nice work if you can get away with it!

Thanks, Faintlightofdawn. The sun came out from between the clouds. I noticed that the light was perfect - reflecting into the bar from the appartments on the other side of the road - and had time to bang off half a dozen shots, of which this was the best. Then the sun went in again. The weather so far this year on the Costa Banca has been generally awful.

Were there any sand worms lurking nearby or had you drawn them off with a thumper?

"Move along now, Sir. Nothing to see here for you bohemnian types with your funny comments"

Though I would point out the fabulous bramble hedge bounding the vineyard, which keeps us in blackberry and apple pie and blackberry jam all year round via the crafty use of a chest freezer.

johnathanpolkestsaid: A truly inspiring prospect!

It is in the summer. In the winter things can be different. Bar Tango is very exposed often takes serious damage during winter storms. Stand at the top of the steps and you'd likely get a wave tossed cricket ball sized rock in the mouth.

'Sardines a la plancha' is the thing to have at Bar Tango. You'll get a better paella from the restaurant (I've forgotten its name) which overlooks the top end of Playa Grava near to the fish processing plant in the port.

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