Sunday, 2 May 2010

Spanish Window Shopping

Whilst on holiday we managed to get across the border into Spain, more specifically Figueres. We had intended to visit the Salvador Dali Theatre-Museum, but the queue was miles long and the girls weren't at all interested. They were more interested in window shopping, which is what we did.


Gorgeous purses and wallets.  Can't you just smell that leather!


Lovely teapots (pas moins cher!)


More expensive tea pots - I love the display


The Spanish girls obviously have a thing about hairdryers!

7 comments:

Joyce said...

Too bad you missed the Dali museum. We went there a few years ago and it was the most amazing museum I've ever seen. I don't think I would have waited in line for hours for it either though. As a purse fanatic, I love the first picture.

YankeeQuilter said...

Years and years ago I bough an absolutely wonderful brown leather bomber style jacket with quilted shoulders (oh so cool in the 80's) in Spain. Too bad about the museum though -

Sio

kwilta said...

The last time we were there we found some good shops on the Ave. Diagonal - even found a Fabric Shop lol.

tagskie said...

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ParisBreakfasts said...

And what goodies they are too!
I had friends from Anglet take me across the border-so exciting to have it so available like that.

ROZ said...

Oh what fun! I'd love to go to the Salvadore Dali with you

John'aLee said...

You renew my desire to come to France! I am so intrigued by your country. My mom told me recently that it is probably because there are French War Lords a few generations back in our genes.
Keep up the great inspiration!