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... made even more boring when the crops have all been harvested and all is covered in wet drizzle. The highest temperature we saw on the car thermometer all day was 4 degrees.
Our target was Rouen, then the old toll- free road via Evreux, Dreux, and Chartres to Tours. However we stayed on the autoroute south of Rouen to get a coffee at the services which meant that to avoid doubling back on minor roads ...
... West Australians would generally be getting ready for bed around 8pm not playing in the surf. Ahhh Europe! After our dip we were a bit hungry and when we returned to our old town hotel location there was a massive party seemingly kicking off in the streets. We went to see what all the fuss was about and ducked into a nearby pub which had heaps of plates on their benches with little delicious looking finger foods. These were pinchos (pintxos or tapas). We put a few on a plate, paid ...
... in both Spain and France. A short drive from San Sebastián is the lovely beachside town of Fuentearribia, a walled city which still retains it's renaissance walls. A 15 minute ferry ride across the water and you're in the French beachside town of Hendaye, but don't think you can find them on the map, they're on the map under their basque names of Hondarribia and Hendaia. Further north along the French coast ...
... Jar of Yogurt, "Gattzatua" and Berries
Video Girl's Bekarki tasting menu consisted of
Xangurro in Essence, its Coral Blini and "Gurullos"
Green Broth Infusion, Scampi and Smoked Monkfish
Sauteed Fresh Foie Gras with "Salt Flakes and Grain Pepper"
Red Scorpionfish "UMAMI"
"Desalted Cod Box with Shavings
Roasted Pigeon with a touch of Mole and Coca
Milk and Grape, Cheese and Wine Parallel Evolution
Saturday saw us depart from Caluerega and travel to the city of Burgos, the historic Capital of Castile. The cathedral of Burgos was quite amazing and is a UNESCO world heritage site. After the Cathedral we walked along the river to find the Dominican statues. I liked the naked early hominid statue better! Lunch today was a chorizo sausage baguette with white wine. Hmm- very nice! Back on the bus and then a ...