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... and a system of roads, much like a bowl of spaghetti, Daryl pleased he was not driving and Heather glad she was not navigating! Travelled through vast open plains of farmland with mallee type cereal stubbles, fallow and melons being picked and sold along the roadside. The thing we could not understand was that even though this area leant itself to 1000 acre paddocks, it was farmed in odd shaped plots of two to fifty acres maximum with no fences? It was like the ...
... br> on almost every menu. Carrillada is pig cheeks, apparently a very succulent and
well-marbled piece of the swine. It’s stewed for a long time and always very
tender and delicious. As far as I’m concerned it’s meat rather than innards, so
I’m fine with it as I am with tongue.
The dishes in the lunchtime Menu Del Dia are often hit or
miss. I determined that if you pay 12 to 15 Euros for your multicourse lunch
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I've learned to embrace EVERY challenge that has come our way. As I had mentioned on a previous post, Eric became sick the day before my birthday. At first we thought it was nothing, maybe a 24 hour bug that would pass on it's own. But I ...
Than we went for an 2 hour drive to Seville.
As soon as I got to the apartment I thought this is going to be the best stay yet.
I really like this apartment, it is small but looks really nice and clean.
When we woke up my dad went to grab the car and he came back and said our car has a broken window so we had to report it to the police.
We figured that people were trying to steal some stuff but luckily there ...
We caught a train to Cadiz, the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe, the next morning. Columbus's second and fourth voyages sailed from Cadiz, and the city has a long and interesting history. We weren't there to delve into its history, though; the city doesn't have much in the way of buildings or museums that illustrate its past, which was fine with us, really an appreciated change of pace. Instead of starting with a castle or ...