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Botanischer Garten Blanes View over the Sea
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Bei den Klippen des botanischen Gartens von Blanes, Spanien. Die Aussicht über das Meer ist einfach unbeschreiblich. Wir sind von oben die lange Treppe runtergestiegen. Weiter hinten auf dem Meer sieht man kleine grosse Schiffe, die sich ihren Weg nach Barcelona erkämpfen. Fischerboote, die ihre Netze einholen. Und viele Möwen, die ständig die Klippen umkreisen. Weiter Richtung Frankreich sahen wir grosse Kreise im Meer, haben aber nie herausgefunden, was es wirklich ist. Fisch- oder Perlenzucht? Wenn man im Garten weiter den Klippen entlang geht, findet man verschiedene kleine Aussichtpunkte. Jeder ein Erlebnis, alles wieder aus einer anderen Perspektive.

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