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... specifics. We don't expect people to read through each description, the notes are more for us to refer to later (when looking back and wondering "what WAS that?").
The leaves and the Foie under the Rain
The Foie (soo good) was made to look like any other leaves. The "rain" on the leaves was the dressing, which didn't have any oil and was an aromatized (?) spritz. The red currant "berries" bursted with flavor.
Green Broth ...
... the show short, but they would pass the hat anyway and appreciated out support. We put a few coins in the hat but this wasn't what we were expecting.
We had a nice walk through Old Town, highlighted by a trip through Constitution Plaza where a nice local family gave Julia one of those baloons you blow up and let go so it flies around making a funny sound. When we thanked the family, Molly explained that we didn't speak a lot of Spanish. The father said neither did he, he ...
... on the Internet (not always a good thing to do), I felt that I had deep veinous thrombosis. Debbie asked our hostess, Teressa, where the medical clinic was and found that it was just around the corner. The nurse at the clinic looked at it and suggested that we go straight to the hospital as there is more help for me there.
We took a taxi and were checked through emergency very efficiently. The hospital is modern and very ...
... or pinxtos or whatever they are in Basque, which was probably the most delicious thing I have ever eaten. So without any luck just had to head home on my lonesome. Oh yeah, I was a little bit more drunk than I thought I was, so woke up the rest of the dorm and made them listen to my ***** that I have recorded on my phone. Which I had forgotten about and was reminded in the morning. Whoops. But it was a good chuckle.
Really wanted ...
... strategy to retake lands from the Moors.
One of the dominant themes of this Adventure is the Reconquest. Moors crossed from North Africa early in the 8th century. By the end of the century, nearly all the Iberian Peninsula was in their grasp, and they were only one history-changing battle away from crossing the Pyrenees and dominating France.
The Reconquest was the response ...