Sitges is a beach town south of Barcelona; it has a reputation for being a gay hangout but there seems to be a really nice mix of families, and all variations of couples and singles. And it has the beautiful northern Spanish architecture and decoration. The weather today was superb -- look at the color of the sky in these photos! And it was warm enough for shirt-sleeves until about 6 pm.
This is a building I loved, with the traditional ironwork and red geraniums: And here's a picture for the Friday Block party crowd to show that those HSTs are just everywhere!
More cool architecture -- wouldn't it be great to have this circular sunroom?
It's Carnival here, and today was the big parade. (last night was party-in-the-streets until 3 am night). There were lots of children in costume, and a few families, like this swarm of bees:
And some clowns -- isn't that little boy a doll?
And finally, this guy, who was happy to pose for photos:
In addition to a teapot which I think my room should have but it doesn't, I think they should provide small sewing machines for quilters who go through withdrawal after a few days. More updates when I have WiFi again!