Albergue Residencia Juvenil Manuel Agud Querol
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- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... culture and history. It is a marvellous museum wrapped around a 16th C. Dominican convent and refurbished with a new addition completed in 2011. So who are the Basques? The are a simple hard working group of seafarers, fishermen, farmers and iron workers. Early Basques competed with the Vikings in the seas and over time build better and faster whaling ships that took them across the Atlantic as far as Newfoundland. Salted cod kept them alive during ...
... asparagus. The curled milk was basically a delicious yogurt, which paired well with the small peas.
Sautéed Fresh Foie Gras with "Salt Flakes and Grain Pepper"
I might have had a small panic attack on the inside when the waitress dumped a ton of "salt" and "pepper" on the nice, fat piece of foie in front of me. It wasn't real salt flakes and peppercorns, thank goodness. I ate the dish without scooping the foie on bread - no need to cut down its ...
A couple of days ago I walked down to Amara for the first time to purchase a bus ticket to Bilbao. On the way there I noticed something, a Spanish flag hanging on a flagpole. When I saw this I realized that during the entire time I had been here, this is the first time that I have seen a Spanish flag hanging. In the U.S. it seems like there are American flags everywhere. They are hanging on flagpoles almost everywhere I go and there ...
... because Sundays are a day to spend with your family and to go to church." This shows those deep roots in Catholicism because everything closes down partially because everybody should be in church. But, in reality there are many more religions than Catholicism and not all of those religions have their days of worship on Sundays. For example, in Judaism the day of worship is Friday night through ...
... for siesta time, wouldn’t that give the fathers’ the opportunity to visit their kids and spend time with their family during lunch? With the stereotype of women being the caregivers and having natural nurturing tendencies, this still shocked me. The idea of feminism has expanded with the ending of the Franco dictatorship and throughout this time it’s hard to believe that Spain hasn’t pushed the boundaries of women gender roles. ...