WALLS MAY HAVE EARS……. ……but…… ……DOORS HAVE EYES. Well, they do in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. And they are watching YOU! This first door looks like a very big door indeed. And it has big eyes to match, making it “all the better to see you with, my dear”. Look closely at the two panels Read more about BARCELONA: Where Doors have Eyes![…]
Red Doors in St George’s Castle. Castelo de São Jorge (Saint George’s Castle) is a Moorish castle occupying a commanding hilltop overlooking the historic centre of the Portuguese city of Lisbon and Tagus River. The strongly fortified citadel dates from medieval period of Portuguese history. –wiki. What Wikipedia doesn’t tell us is that this medieval Read more about LISBON: Red Doors in Castelo São Jorge.[…]
Step inside the MAGIC BUS! Well, I might have stepped inside to see what was on offer in Lisbon’s Magic Bus independent record shop but it was closed for the day. I did get a picture of its magical door though and a view of the street it’s in. The shop is situated Read more about Lisbon: The MAGIC BUS Record Shop.[…]
Yellow Doors in Birgu and L’isla , two of Valletta’s “Three Cities”. If you love doors, there are plenty more to see every week at Norm’s Thursday Doors.
Whether it’s the shiny doors of a Grand Palazzo in Mdina or the rusty metal entrance to a workshop in Valletta, a lick of red paint does the trick! For Norm’s Thursday Doors this week I have some more pictures from our recent trip to the Mediterranean island of Malta. I think its quite Read more about Thursday Doors: Red Doors in Valletta and Mdina[…]