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Singing makes the world go round Laughter is the best medicineWe are now into the 2nd week of February 2021 and Spain continues with region wide restrictions to try and flatten the Covid-19 Virus curve. We are expecting restaurants to open up again on February 15 but...
We are meat lovers through and through. During lockdown we had to slow our hunt for the best burgers down to a halt so I decided to cook up our own burgers and make them exactly how we like them.
Spain officially went on lockdown at midnight, March 14, 2020. A week has now gone by and today, we heard that the lockdown has now been extended to April 15.
What to do for the next 15 days while in quarantine? For entertainment, there is always Netflix or Amazon Prime. But for those interested in Arts and Culture, Google can help you get a little culture and education
Our first impression was at lunchtime on a Monday. We vote YAY on this one. Each restaurant has its own style and this one is kitsch for sure.
TGB was our go-to fast food burger place between 2013-2017. We stopped going because not only did their burgers get smaller, the buns did too so it was no longer good value for a fast-food style
They serve fresh and delicious food with generous portions. They name their burgers honoring surrounding towns like Catarroja and Beniparrel.
Are you looking for a classic all-beef, juicy burger? If you answered YES, then keep on reading this review on Burger Beer. You won’t be disappointed.
Locations including Valencia, Alicante, Madrid, and Barcelona. Delicious, fresh and tasty food. The portions are fairly big so we usually share or skip the starter.
As an expat living in Spain, there are certain comfort foods that we yearn for. One of those foods is a delicious burger. The best one we have ever had was at Tribeca in Alicante.
Finally, a high-speed train that takes you from Valencia to Barcelona and back! Travelling at speeds up to 245 km per hour, you will arrive in 2 hours and 35 minutes.
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