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What a wonderful weekend!
We met up on Friday evening and did some sight seeing together - including the Castle and the Fort.
At one point we crossed paths with Moonshine and his family!
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Views from up the mountain!
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View from ground level
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View of the harbour
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The city is full of parakeets! They were really cute, --and they made quite a racket!
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Central park as seen from the roof top terrace restaurant Friday night
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The pianists!

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patH - who played (among other things) his own composition -"The Fox, The Goose and The Hunter"
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Moonshine's 10 year old son - who played Clementi, Mozart and Schumann for us!
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Spanish Tapas style lunch (Moonshine and his son weren't able to stay for lunch , which was a pity).
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Sunset on a wonderful day
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Really huge thanks to SwissMS for organizing and hosting! I know it's not easy to do this even when all the guests are in the same town, let alone from around the world. We had a lot of fun, in fact, we're only leaving Malaga tomorrow morning for Seville.
My son loves performing, if only he loved practice even half as much ☺️


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Great pictures Casinitaly! I am glad you managed to get a picture of our parakeets. They are noisy, but special! I had a great time hosting everyone. Thanks to everyone who attended! We might have to do this again sometime in the future.

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What an awesome idea! I can't believe I just discovered this thread right after the event has passed. It would have been great to spend the week in Spain rather than being bombarded by a hurricane! Maybe next year... smile


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Great pictures! I haven't been around much for awhile, but this eve I checked out several of the forums I hadn't looked at in awhile, and found this. Looks like a good time!


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