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... which must be soaked for 48 hrs and the water changed 3 times before consumption. Returning to the room we checked out then went to the terrace so Jack could have a salad. Then it was back to a recommended Pintxos bar so I could try a couple of tapas and a glass of the local wine that is poured into the glass from from high in the air. The grilled duck fois gras in an orange glaze is to-die-for. Fully sated, and with regret, we left San Sebastián for ...
... this dessert was that all the components were cold. The "cupcake" had a liquid chocolate center and coffee foam "icing", surrounded by pieces of grapefruit juice vesicles and a few slivers of candied grapefruit rind. It was pretty light and an interesting concept.
Orange "Tocino de Cielo" Sheet with Fruit Leaves
This was a thin layer of orange colored deliciousness. I would describe the taste and texture as mango flan with a "flower" in the ...
... For example, choosing to speak Basque instead of Spanish. This is why I was surprised to see a Spanish flag, even though we are in Spain, because many locals would say otherwise. Because many locals would say that I am not in Spain, it seems odd that there would be a Spanish flag. I went to one of the touristy shops the other day because I needed to get gifts for my cousins in Brussels who I’m visiting during the break in ...
... a Starbucks, a Burger King and a Subway. It was relieving and
disheartening at the same time, after all, I came to visit Spain not a
glamourized foreign counterpart to New York or San Francisco. As we ventured
into a café within the few hours that we arrived in Barcelona, we were greeted
by a waiter in English and as I glanced down at the menu I noticed that all the
menu items had both ...
... to start his talk.
He started off by talking about the political issues that were prominent during the civil war. During the short war, the Basque nationalists were on the side of the republic because they had given the Basque country autonomy. When Franco and his troops won the war, the Basques were punished for picking the wrong side. Franco didn't want any part of Spain to be different than the ...