Taking Time for Tapas… Eating Our Way Across Spain

What would a visit to Spain be without sampling the tapas? Incomplete we’d say.
But then tapas are a culinary style that is right up our alley…

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What would a visit to Spain be without sampling the tapas? Incomplete we’d say.
But then tapas are a culinary style that is right up our alley…

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Honing in on Hondarribia

As a home base for a few days, we settled into the normally sleepy town of Hondarribia on the Spanish side of the border with France.

We say normally sleepy because a wakeup call had shaken the city into a flurry of activity… CONTINUE READING >> 

As a home base for a few days, we settled into the normally sleepy town of Hondarribia on the Spanish side of the border with France.

We say normally sleepy because a wakeup call had shaken the city into a flurry of activity… CONTINUE READING >> 

Cavorting Along the Camino de Santiago

As we traveled across the Basque Country we came upon the Camino Santiago, known in English as the Way of St. James, almost every day.
The paths originate all over Europe and merge as they go until they all reach their destination in the city of Galicia on the… CONTINUE READING >> 

As we traveled across the Basque Country we came upon the Camino Santiago, known in English as the Way of St. James, almost every day.
The paths originate all over Europe and merge as they go until they all reach their destination in the city of Galicia on the… CONTINUE READING >> 

Walking with Hemingway in Madrid

We began our jet lag fueled first day of exploring in what Ernest Hemingway called “the most Spanish of all cities” with a walk in the park. While wandering the tree lined paths we came upon…

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We began our jet lag fueled first day of exploring in what Ernest Hemingway called “the most Spanish of all cities” with a walk in the park. While wandering the tree lined paths we came upon…

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