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... can order the tapas at the bar, or walk into the back to be seated. We opted for the back. Ordered a glass of wine. That took about 3 mins to consume. I said we should just get a bottle. We had salmon puffs, fried cod, and grilled lamb with prosciutto. Heaven!
... next to us,.. from the Netherlands. They have been travelling through France visiting their son who has opened an Auberge (the French version of a Roadhouse), in a little village called Argenton- sur- Creuse, north of Limoges. They then travelled to Seville,.. and are off to a coastal village called Sanlucar for some R & R over the next few weeks. They will be back at the Son's Auberge in late June,.. that may well coincide with our travels north, through France to St ...
... paint a picture here. There is one hooded person walking up and down the center keeping everyone organized. As they have been marching for quite awhile the center person is covered with wax from the dripping candles! Why no one has gone up in flames I do not know.
The camera seems to do pretty well in low light. I think I am processioned out and will go to a museum this evening! Adventure ...
... made our way back to the hotel.
After a brief respite we made our way back into town where we had a walk about meal. I decided to stick with the group and we hopped around visiting the local tapas bars. (Tapas is native to the south of Spain).
Tale of David Part 2
At 3:15am David falls in the door and collapses on the floor. Moaning and complaining he lay on the floor asking where he was and what’s going on, being a nice guy I asked him if ...
... everything is discovered by turning a corner and stumbling upon another amazingly huge architectural building.
In the evening we walked to the Metropol Parasal or nickname of the mushrooms.
We went to the top and had a great view over the city all lit up at night.
This is very modern and not at all like the rest of the historical city. It is the world's largest timber ...