VIDEO: Ben Austin Interviews David Gryn Artprojx


Ben Austin interviews David Gryn about Artprojx Cinema at the SVA Theatre, New York in association with The Armory Show & VOLTA NY 2011

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  1. The Port of Javea is still a working fishing harbor with a small town around it with larger shops and supermarkets than you would find at the Arenal. The rocky seafront is lined with intimate hotels, bars and restaurants where you can sit and watch the world go by with a drink and tapas (Spanish snacks).

  2. Many people relocate to Spain for the climate, but there are many other reasons to move to Javea on the Costa Blanca. This is especially the case if you want Spanish culture, but also the confidence that there are other UK Expats living there that are always willing to help and offer advice to fellow compatriots.

  3. Every summer the port plays host to the Javea International Festival. The festival has marquees representing the various nationalities and cultures in Javea. Often the center point of the festival is the stage with a variety of performers of different nationalities.

  4. Every summer the port plays host to the Javea International Festival. The festival has marquees representing the various nationalities and cultures in Javea. Often the center point of the festival is the stage with a variety of performers of different nationalities.

  5. Overlooking the port is the old town of Javea, known locally as “The Pueblo”. This is where you will find a taste of the real Spain. Although you can drive through the old town many of the roads are one way, as it would be impossible to get two vehicles side-by-side. The streets are narrow with old traditional Spanish townhouses on either side. The center of the old town often comes alive with various Fiestas (celebrations) throughout the year, which are always worth visiting to experience the Spanish sense of fun.

  6. So the question is – Has the property price dropped to it’s lowest it will go? This autumn I think will be the telling point, usually the most popular time for house buyers is October and November, for investors this gives them time to renovate for the start of the letting season and for those wanting to relocate a much cooler time to arrange moving.

  7. r charm. Visitors can make use of the bus network or hire a car and visit

    the capital Mahon and the older town of Cuitadella. Facilities are well developed on this island and

    the main holiday resorts offer everything necessary for a good vacation whilst the quieter areas boast

    welcoming guest houses and holiday villas.

  8. It is traditional that once Christmas is over many people start thinking about booking a holiday villa

    for rent in Spain or holiday apartment rentals in Spain to give ourselves something to look forward to

    during the chilly months of January and February. A lot of people in the U.K. choose to go to Spain

    for their annual holiday and at this time of the year will be deciding where to go and what sort of

    holiday accommodation in Spain to choose.

  9. Ibiza is no longer just partying and clubbing, and has become a real holiday destination for families and older generations. The closest island to the Spanish mainland, the island still boasts the excellent choice of nightlife for which it became famous in the past 4 decades. However, its beautiful beaches and quiet fishing villages have endeared the former party island to another group of tourists and many flock here for a quiet break year round.

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