This was much more interesting than I expected. We did not have any waiting / time issues, likely because we were there in February. The audio tour was fascinating and well-done. I learned a lot about this wonderful poet. And, the view (especially from the master bedroom and the living room) was spectacular. The house was a little bit of a love story itself -- such a personal space. I almost felt like Pablo was on his way home….
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