Travelling through northern Spain and southern France in February with my family, I came across a description of a small town about half hour north of the Spanish border, Céret. Apparently, it is more than a quaint village with a boulangerie, charcuterie, a few restaurants and ancient cobblestone streets separating homes, where neighbors know only too well what’s going on in other’s lives. The town has a Modern Art Museum with notable names such as Picasso, Matisse, and Soutine, exhibited in its open well-lit pavilions.
Céret, at the...
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