The typography for a Spanish document requires two question marks. An opening sign which is upside down, and a closing sign which is upside up.
Ten minutes after taking this picture I was about to have a meeting with an old friend whom I hadn’t seen for twenty years in the cafe across this square.
First I thought this character was a hermit but then I saw his attributes and now I think it’s a gargoyle of sorts. And I wouldn’t be surprised if he were somewhat religiously inclined.
Actually, because @dropje reminded me about lopapeysur I immediately reacted when I saw my colleague wear a suspiciously patterned sweater. I took a picture of his sweater. We were in a meeting and I sat behind him. He doesn’t know I took this picture.
These ladies reside in a glass house inside of a stone house.
This old town has many interesting features. I like the sundial on the shadow side of the house.
This old town stil has an intact gate from the 14th century. The town got it’s city rights in 1299. Notice the green awnings on the right side. Here is a wonderful chocolaterie with a magnificent display in the window.