I do enjoy getting the road, no matter where, but when it looks like this... OMG, totally love it!
Much needed pitstop for a quick breakfast at Morro Reuters. That side of the country is famous by the high mumber of German and Italian families and they make really good food.
The architecture of the buildings is quite German too, and I absolutely love it. Here is a cafe, right at the next of the gas station.It was kinda complex with stores and a small restaurant too.
All town was decorated for the fest. Bordeux was the color everywhere. At Dante's park, right in the middle of the town, they built this house. Kids just love it!Those lil dolls you see on it are representing the rural ppl who provide us with those delicious grapes and wines.Oh, yes! That's me! =P
Its was such a nice morning! 26C.Gotta love it! Such a relief after the past few weeks, when temps went crazy high... This fellow here welcomes everybody who visits the town.
Still at the Dante's park, a wine fountain. Wooow... But it's not really wine. Lol. Just tinted to get everybody in the mood.
Got my girl friend and off to the fest arena. Now, isnt she just a cutie?! =)
Southern men typicaly dress like that and this one was right at the entrance of the arena. He was playing the accordeon, a very typical instrument here too.See all the grape looking balloons? They were everywhere.
The Queen and the Princesses of the fest. Southern women are considerated the prettiest ones in the country.Do you agree?
Shopping time for Bárbara! Lol.Bread they made right at the spot. Yummy!
There was a few exhibitions of ancient things, used at the beginning of the last century, at the country side.
Isnt it just beautiful?! I love it!
Overview of the town... Not that small, uh? It was such a beautiful day...
From the arena we took a drive around the town. Such a pretty place...
A hug under the trees! (gee, Im fat! Huuuuge cheecks! lol)
Headed the Monkey's Park after that. Its named like that cuz in the past it used to have plenty of them on the trees. I didnt see any, so I think they moved from noisy human presence. =/
Very nice area to walk, cycle, skate, or just hang out with pets and kids.
Day was ending and it was time to come back home. Just sneaked a final pic of the hills after stopping by a tent on the side of the road to buy a few super yummy kilos of grapes. It was such a lovely Sunday! Thanks, Barbarela!!!!