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... CO is a little/lot too brown most of the time[or on fire!]]). This region of Spain is the opposite of what you visualize Spain as (brown desert + seaside) -- with dramatic green mountains and coastline.
Asador (basically) means grill in Spanish -- so somewhere that things are grilled and that is what Asador Extebarri specializes in. It especially appealed to us (through Bourdain) in that it is a very pure expression of food -- no ...
... completely unacceptable, especially during nightlife festivities. Flash back to last night, I went out with a group of girls to meet up with a big group of people in the USAC program. When we stepped inside the bar to meet them, I could feel a steam of heat as I walked in with the amount of people that were crowded into one tiny place. I immediately ...
... were vulnerable and probably insecure about their elusive and vanishing identity.
I, too, would be angry if I were Basque in the late twentieth century. I, too, would be lost without my established cultural identity. And while I never support terrorism or violence, I, too, would fight socially and politically for change.
Before I left home for San Sebastián, my few family members and professors who were familiar with the ...
... and limited (if any) yard space, this was a curious thing to see to see. Also, we did not see any dog walkers on the streets, beaches or parks picking up after their dogs ... hence the City scoopers out early in the day.
- Women here over the age of maybe 65 or 70 are impeccably dressed. Though colours vary, they inevitably are wearing a wool two-piece suit, and are adorned with red lipstick and nice earings.
- LOTS of smokers.
- LOTS ...
... don't open. Portugal tolls hit us big before we left, one toll alone was €45, our biggest yet. We really liked Portugal, though they don't have toilet seats or siestas. After we crossed the border into Spain we noticed things starting to change. The small towns were like ghost towns. Lucky to spot 3 people, no shops at all, even the pubs were closed. We found ...