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Los Toros – A Spanish Icon, Another Point of Catalan Contention
The Sun Also Rises, by Hemingway, paints a colorful image of Pamplona during the Fiesta de San Fermín. The innkeeper, Montoya, loves the main character Jake because Montoya can tell that Jake is a "true bullfight aficionado", since Jake stays in the same inn every year when he comes to Pamplona. Montoya, a native Spaniard, shares Jake's passion ...
... arrived at the Plaza Reina. From where we entered the plaza we had the perfect view of the Valencia Cathederal. We stood in awe of this magnificent building. As our eyes were drawn skyward Battery Boy was distracted by Video Girl. He turned to observed Video Girl hunched over and swinging her arms in front of her, shouting "The bells, the bells I must climb to the bells!"
For the small sum of 2 euros we were given the best thigh and buns ...
... We got a little after 9:00, when it opened, and for a while were the only people in the restaurant; apparently, it was still too early for dinner. The menu wasn't very descriptive - all it had were the names of the dishes. We knew we wanted paella for sure so we opted for the traditional Paella Valenciana, even though we didn't know what it had on it. I asked the waitress (I got to use my 5 years of Spanish! Woo!) for recommendations for a suitable ...
... I'm so tired...I decided to visit the rest of the attractions near school. Found the La Lonja de la Seda. It was a cool place. I'm so curious as to how it was once like. Where and how many people were there hanging around at various times of the day. What filled the massive rooms? What was in that basement area?
After thorough exploring this place from all sorts of different angles, I felt satisfied enough to move on to the ...
... car park with a bag of spare clothes and jumped onto a coach heading to the festival. My coach was amazing. There was so much room between me and the seat in front of me and the seats themselves were so plush. I wish we had these buses for the Busabout loops! It took us about 45 minutes to drive to Bunol which is where the festival is held. The festival began quite a few decades ago when a fight broke out at a festival between some guys and a food stall owner. One of the guys grabbed ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed