Posts Tagged "Spain"


Updated on: 05/29/18We were spoiled when we went on a vacation in Spain for our honeymoon. There is no easier way to say it than that.  From the world class cuisine, free flowing wine, all the way to the famous ham that we ate with every single meal, Spain satisfied our appetites with every bite.  After returning home we tried to find a great restaurant that embodied all of the wonderful meals we had while in Spain.  In particular was...

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Missing Siesta Time in Seville

Missing Siesta Time in Seville


Posted By Jeremy on Jul 16, 2012

Updated on: 05/30/18Without a doubt, Seville was my favorite city we stayed in during our honeymoon in Spain.  Angie and I bicker about this one quite a bit because her heart was left in Granada (read our Granada restaurant review to find out why), but something about Seville keeps dragging me back.  It is hard to say what exactly about the city has the allure to me, other than its amazing architecture and tasty, cheap Spanish food....

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Updated on: 11/28/18One of the things we were most looking forward to about our recent trip to Spain was devouring churros con chocolate.  Fried to crisp perfection and served alongside rich dark chocolate, these are not your soggy elementary school cafeteria churros bathed in achingly sweet cinnamon sugar. No, these are grown-up churros. Everyone has their opinion on who makes the best churros and who makes the best chocolate, so we...

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Updated on: 03/21/19After returning from our Spain honeymoon, we had one question more than all others: just how much did it cost?  Well, we are not afraid to let the world know that we spent just about $5,885 for our 15-day luxury honeymoon in Spain, or about $392/day. While that number is high, as Spain is known for being relatively inexpensive for the budget traveler, keep in mind the fact that we went all out in nearly every...

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Updated on: 12/22/18The 17-course tasting menu at La Oliva in Granada might best be described as a religious experience: for just one evening, Jeremy and I got to experience food and wine so good that words do not do it justice, food that made us feel like we were being let in on a secret of sorts. This might all sound a bit dramatic, but I’m being completely serious. The food, wine, and atmosphere at La Oliva were simply that good. ...

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