Hotel San Sebastian
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... was to become one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. The museum was great with excellent audio visuals and lots of clothes, from the 1920s to the 60s, on display.
Thursday night was spent in Segovia. This time, on the recommendations on Trip Advisor, we had dinner at Jose Maria Meson where the restaurant's specialty is conchillos: slow roasted suckling pig. The little pig came out ...
Early on in the course they place what looks like a live plant on the table and tell you it is a table decoration. Later they serve a course where you are supposed to pull apart the plant and use it to serve up a paste/dip and eat along with the plant.
At some point they put a handful of what look like river rocks on the table. Later on during the desert course then bring you churros and then it turns out that the rocks ...
... And if you think you have experienced tapas in other Spanish cities then you need to visit here - the array of offerings is dazzling. In many cases you have to push your way into the bar, get a plate, try and choose what most appeals, a drink of red or sangria and then hope, if you are very lucky, to find a seat. Many don't bother, they just stand or sit out in the street, young, old and kids alike. It's hard to resist not going back every night. And just ...
... Bocadillos (little sandwiches) and on certain days everything on the menu is 1 Euro (including cerveza!). This restaurant, called Montadito, started in Sevilla and now there is a franchise in Logrono and has a top secret bread recipe for all of the sandwiches, they were delicious.
On Wednesday, Mario, his brother David, and I walked up a trail to the top of a mountain that overlooks Logrono! Along the way there were vineyards surrounding us, a storm ...
When I first got to Spain I asked many people "What is your favorite spot in ALL of Spain?" I can count at least 5 that said San Sebastian, Spain, so this is one of those places I have been waiting to go since I got here. My friend Alicia and I were debating between going out of the country or going there and we decided that going to San Sebastian is a must! When I first confirmed we were going I looked and saw that the International Cinema Festival was going on ...