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... with cheese topped with salmon and anchovy, roasted tiny black potato with two sauces and a fantastic Spanish desert made from chocolate, coffee, almonds, liquor, cake and cream. I shot my diet on that. At the end of lunch the waiter gave us complimrntary hazelnut liquors. I felt so continental. The whole lunch cost 36.30 euros...less than $40. The walk back through the city to the port was just as much fun. Santa Cruz de Tenetife had the European ...
... this place. Only downside was that we ordered Szechuan Prawns, we'd had a hankering for these all through the holiday. We sat there as the sizzling tray came towards us and it smelt and looked really good, only to pass us and be placed onto someone else's table. They looked delighted. Ours never showed up as the tray that passed us was probably ours. We gave up in the end although the lady who served us did realise the error but we didn't want to wait any ...
... hard to see how rough it was from the apartment but became a bit more evident once we got to the harbour. First was breakfast on the harbour front and very nice it was too. Then we had a wander around. It looked like a lot of the people who crewed the boats weren't heading out today. The harbour walls are about 20 foot high and ...
... s plenty on offer but we've been a bit disappointed with the local scran. We'd both had a hankering for some authentic tapas and were told to head down to the harbour. The place seemed authentic enough but we had the feeling that the food had been commodified. The meatballs were the same ones you get in a tin in any good supermercados. Shame really, but one dish I wanted to try was Pimmento Du Padron, basically it's a chilli cooked in ...
... opera house that had a shaper reminiscent of Sydney!, found a cafe with wifi to have some lunch, check emails and so on. By the time we left port the wind was blowing straight from the Atlantic depths and the seas were rough. It was an interesting evening of rock and roll with the numbers at dinner much depleted. We enjoyed our meal and the show time that followed and then gently rocked off to sleep blessing the fact that we are on a large ...