Posts tagged eating in spain
Forget What You Heard! Here's the Scoop on Breakfast In Spain

Spanish breakfast is brilliant! Have you ever stopped and asked yourself why it is so? Most of us are used to the “real” breakfast. You know, the heavy, greasy stuff; bacon, pancakes, sausages, etc. That too has its merits but there is something about a small Spanish breakfast that seems to do the job. To be able to appreciate it to the fullest, it is imperative that you do it right. 

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Mola Mucho: Modern Fusion with Nanai Restaurante y Espacio Cultural

Nanai is so much more than a restaurant: it’s a cultural center complete with a fabulous dining experience. The decor is fresh, and fun, and the layout is open. This is the type of restaurant where you can enjoy your meal, without having to listen to the conversation of the person at the next table over. These types of comfortable, and an intimate dining experiences are far too infrequent in European city centers.

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Mola Mucho: Traditional Cochinillo at El Fogón Sefardi in Segovia

Last year, on a whim, I hopped a train to Segovia. I wandered around, saw the sights,took pictures of the aqueduct, and made some new friends. But: Because I am a moron who can ́t read a train schedule, I had to leave early and ended up missing the ONE thing I went there to try: Cochinillo.

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48 Hours in Ourense — Where to Go While In Galicia

For most people, Spain evokes thoughts of vibrant colors, flamenco and warm weather. So when I found out that I was moving to Galicia I was, admittedly, not so thrilled. But after a brief moment of doubt and panic, I realized that an adventure in a part of Spain that I’d never been to was exactly what I needed. If you have the privilege of traveling through Galicia, Ourense should be on your list of places to see.

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