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... of what went into our mouths in the first two days of our visit to San Sebastián. I am not exaggerating one bit. In fact there are a few dishes left off.
Quiche of cheese and spinach that had the softness on the tongue that was like drinking straight heavy cream. The taste notes of the cheese and spinach blended perfectly.
A small dish of carmalized onion, cabbage and black bean sauce - the black beans taste like some ...
... cities, although Madrid is perhaps a close second!!
Scenery is amazing.
Food is good and reasonably priced.
Alcohol is also reasonably priced and not bad at all.
Tourist attractions are very busy but very interesting.
It appears that everyone in both cities live in apartments. No one seems to have a house with a backyard.Different in the country, although larger towns often have many high rise buildings as well!!
Farewell to Spain.
... were more of a blatant apology for this series. Having been to other famous museums such as the Louvre and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim was very much not what I was expecting. Rather than having fun appreciating the art we had more fun laughing at the audio guides awkward descriptions and talking about the ludicrous pieces with serious analytical tones.
To say the Guggenheim was not what I expected would be an understatement. ...
... many tourists wandering around (particularly Americans), but the town itself is typical of an older town on a seashore with sea spray and salt corroding just about everything. It gives the place a look of being rather 'run-down' and less than inviting. Perhaps this is another of those situations where our expectations were set too high and the result is disappointment. On our ride back to the campsite we stopped at a hilltop bar (overlooking the ocean), ...
... one that caught my attention was a tree with small notes hanging from its limbs. Visitors are welcome to write a simple note and hang it on the tree for buena suerte. The next thing to draw me in was the Yoko Ono exhibit. Her work was fascinating and bewildering all at the same time. One of her pieces was a cluster of household items (kitchen chairs, flower vases, dressers, etc) cut ...