As promised, here is the continuation of our visit to a town of which I only learned because Facebook assumed correctly that I’d like it. I hope you do too as there will be four more posts from here. Fairy-tales forever!
The only thing I regretted was that I was not carrying a child or ten. What surprises lurk around every corner! Uncle was clearly in sync with his inner child, bestia is always happy to explore, and I couldn’t quite believe my camera eye what I was able to capture.
After the initial snooping around showed last week, we turn the corner and enter a magnificent square with Alice in Wonderland on one wall and the Snow White on the wall opposite, with lots of little surprises to discover.
A few visiting families turned around here and we thought that was it. Then I noticed a sign pointing to the stairs saying that the tour continued there, and so we climbed them.
On top was the mural of the train to take us into new adventures. A look down the street in the last photo promised more. So we continued…
For Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) hosted by Marsha at Always Write
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