Vines & Plaster

By: Gustav Hoiland

Feb 09 2014

Category: architecture

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It used to be vineyardists and fisherists. Now I get the impression that it’s primarily carpenters, landlords and tour guides. I’m just thankful we came in the off season when perhaps a dozen onlookers departed the train with us to disperse into the historic beauty. Brief glimpses of reviews online complained of being unable to move through molasses crowds, gawking and crammed.

Unesco provides cats I think. It must be part of their licensing/certification program. We see you’ve got a truly world-class historic thing here that must be preserved, but we noticed a distinct lack of the solitary cat. Let’s give you five of our finest felines, one for each village. Put one stoically on a bench. Put another by a train station. Have another playfully tromp around the high roads.

In short, a good long day.

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