Monthly Archives: January 2012

Our Paseito in the Snow

Yesterday, we went for a little paseito. Except this time, I was a teeny bit (though not completely) more well informed about what was actually going to go down, so I had some level of expectation about what was lying … Continue reading

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A Saturday Drive

We hit the road this morning for a little exploring through the western part of Cantabria, about a 150 mile loop up into the snowy mountains. Hm, where should I begin. OH, I know. Driving through one of the first … Continue reading

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Fearless Moments and Personal Victories

I’ll tell you what…if you are at a point in your life when you feel like a little soul searching is in order, like you are looking for some sort of experience to help you dig a weeeeedle bit deeper … Continue reading

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Fitur, Madrid, and RyanAir

Maybe not in that order. Fitur – the International Tourism Trade Fair – was in Madrid this past weekend, open to the public on Saturday and Sunday (open to exhibitors and travel industry people the week prior), so we decided … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s “Paseito”

It was sort of a gray day yesterday, but we decided to get out and take a little hike. Or a “paseito” as I like to call them. After my first experience, I know now to fully equip myself with … Continue reading

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A Saturday Excursion

Yesterday, we decided to take a little ride to Lierganes (a small town of less than 3,000 people, about 45 minutes from us and still in Cantabria) to check out this: I mean, how can you resist meatballs and “trash/grunge/groove/folk” music for … Continue reading

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Another Michelin Dining Experience

There are six Michelin star rated restaurants in Cantabria. Before Tuesday, I had been to two – Annua (well documented) and El Molino (NOT well documented, but equally as well enjoyed). Now, I can officially say I’ve been to three. … Continue reading

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