Hotel Punta Monpas
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... a great slab of meat was presented unceremoniously in front of me. Ughhhhhh! I'm contemplating turning vegetarian.
Friday afternoon saw us arrive in Salamanca, a university town for the past 700 years, and our hotel is located immediately opposite the two cathedrals. The first of the cathedrals was built in the early 1300s and when it proved too small, the larger one was built adjoining it in the 1500s. ...
... comprised of sugar and they bring you a grater to sprinkle the sugar onto your churros.
They also had a very interesting course which involved bring you a pestle and mortar with some ingredients and you have to grind the ingredients together. Then they add additional ingredients which you blend to create a very tasty combination.
Arzak - This restaurant in the more residential area of San Sebastian (about a 12 minute cab ...
... sure you get enough pintxos many cafes offer them as well for lunch!
Continuing on the subject of food the old town fish markets were small but interesting, lots of unfamiliar fish, and of course, the Spanish love of octopus, manifest in all shapes and sizes. A very pleasant consequence of only being 20kms from France is that there are many delicious bakeries here, much more French than Spanish, in their offerings, and hard not to resist on daily ...
... the distance (which never hit us, thankfully!), and walkers on El Camino de Santiago. We walked to the top and took a few moments to point out certain locations in the city and enjoy the beauty of everything all around us. This was exactly what I needed after a crazy day with Lorenzo.
On Thursday, I met up with Carolina, one of Lorenzo's school teachers and we went for a run. However, it started pouring and got very chilly so we ran back to her place and ...
... and it was going to be a very popular weekend to go. I have used my couch surfing account to meet many people in Zaragoza with success, so I decided to actually find a host. I put on the couch surfing page we were looking for a host and a guy Juan replied and said he would love to show us around. He had pages of good reviews so we decided we would do that! Also, popular in Europe is BlahBlah car. Sounds dangerous to some people, but its a site where people ...