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... unique, smoky flavor. Couldn't get enough.
Buffalo cheese w/ honey and hazelnuts: Tier 1, yogurt consistency, what we imagined delicous greek yogurt would taste like. They gave us one spoon and we didn't know if we could eat it directly (the best) or if we should eat it with bread.
Chorizo sandwich: Tier 3, although the chorizo used local pimento and pork from Salamanca and was made using the chef's grandmother's recipe, any nuances of the chorizo ...
... to sit on the curb.
Sprawled out in the middle of the street indulging myself in my two euro
delicacy, I really began to feel like a local. What was once a clean and
orderly during the daytime, became a loud and rowdy street filled with good
conversation and company. One of local girls exclaimed, “It’s like happy hour
but better right?” Thinking back to American bar culture and American nightlife,
I realized that she couldn’t be anymore correct. ...
... he made it illegal to speak Basque in public or show Basque symbols or even display the Basque flag. Penalties for these actions included jail time for men and a shaved head for women.
After the brief history lesson, we were then taught about the formation of ETA. A group originally founded by a group of intellectual students who wished to preserve Basque culture. Their idea of action was graffiti ...
... Heaven.Picture a small town with a long beach, several parks, Tapas Bars everywhere, Four restaurants with 3 Michelin Stars (there are 4 in the whole of the UK), a mini “Christ the Redeemer” overlooking the town, and glorious sunshine every day. The bit about the sunshine is not actually true but when you spend all of your time in bars and restaurants that doesn’t really matter!.
As we already ...
... guilty eating seafood after just visiting the Aquarium!!
Took the hop on hop off bus to see more of this town before retiring back to the Pension for a break- siesta!
We leave for France tomorrow and have had a great time experiencing the Spanish food, drink, language and way of life. Having lunch at 3pm and dinner at 9 is something that we have had to get accustomed to. Spain has lots to offer and we have only seen a very small part of this great country. ...