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... a great slab of meat was presented unceremoniously in front of me. Ughhhhhh! I'm contemplating turning vegetarian.
Friday afternoon saw us arrive in Salamanca, a university town for the past 700 years, and our hotel is located immediately opposite the two cathedrals. The first of the cathedrals was built in the early 1300s and when it proved too small, the larger one was built adjoining it in the 1500s. ...
... us. The driver wasn’t looking and he smashed into the back of our car. We drove for a couple of seconds so we weren’t in the way of the petrol station exit, then we stopped and my Mum and Dad got out of the car. After 10 minutes, Mum and Dad said we needed to drive home. We tried to close the boot of the car, but couldn’t, so while we were driving home, the boot of the car opened. When we got home, we sat around for a few hours, then ...
... in the middle was by far the smelliest. After many years the horse was blown up and they found thousands of rotting dead birds they had flown in through the horses mouth and died - hence no more statues with openings from then on! 3. The origin of Tapas - In the 13th century peasants from the farming land outside Madrid would come to town for lunch. However, as the didn't have much money they would be faced with a dilemma - order wine or food??? ...
... Beans, Green Beans Cream cooked in "Orujo" Fireplace.
Little Tear Green Peas and Asparagus grilled in Charcoal
Very thin and light Beef Tartar, New Potato Soufflé and Aromatic Herb Bread
Hake and its Kokotxa with Oyster and Oyster Leaf
From the sea the Grouper accompanied by Cous Cous with cockles and the foam of the waves
Roasted Suckling Pig with Tomato "Bolao" and Iberian Emulsion
"Xaxu" and Coconut Iced Mousse
... on the transition I made from the United States to Spain and how for many people that is the hardest part (any many never take the step). This is my time to learn, experience new cultures, see the world, learn from people, connect and enjoy this time of my life because I will never have this time ever again. Don't hold back.
2. Many people spend so much of there time unsure of what they want to do with their lives. They spend countless amounts ...