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David’s Been Here is in Basque Country, Spain, touring the beautiful city of Vitoria-Gasteiz. Looking to try some local Basque cuisine, David heads for the Restaurant La Huerta, well known for their delicious plates and fresh seafood. Located in the heart of downtown Vitoria, La Huerta serves up everything from hand-caught cod to David’s favorites- the duck and fried hot green peppers. Open for over a decade, head to this centrally located restaurant- a bit on the pricey side, but worth every Euro. For more information on La Huerta and all Vitoria’s top restaurants, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to Basque Country, now available for your Kindle as well.
Spacious, lavish, isolated, equipped with a lot of amenities and a cozy decoration, Mykonos Villas are probably the best option for your accommodation on the island, although a little more costly.
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Ticket prices vary for high school students, elementary school pupils, preschool-age kids, and people with disabilities, however mine price 770 Yen, or roughly $6.93 U.S. It is well worth the cost, as the observation deck is pristine; it’s nice and tidy, provides breathtaking views which you can inspect more carefully in the binocular stands, and also every one of the deck windows have tags on them which tell you which appeals could be seen from the window. Do not miss out on your opportunity to get a look that is exceptional that you can not find anyplace else!
The town of Arbanassi is located about four kilometers uphill from Veliko Tarnovo. What was once a bustling merchant city in the 16th century now makes for a relaxing getaway. The town contains several houses dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries and a handful of orthodox churches. Of these, the 17th century Church of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel is the largest. It consists of an altar, separate areas for men and women, a chapel dedicated to Saint Paraskevi, a gilded Bishop’s throne, several frescoes, and icon paintings. The traditional houses of Arbanassi are large and heavily fortified with stone walls and thick gates. The motivation behind the extra protection was that the village was often attacked and looted by Turkish bandits. The destruction caused by the looters eventually sent Arbanassi into decline during the late 18th century.
Note from David:
Easy ???? Spain, Turkey, France! All incredible countries in their own ways.
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Of the food was wonderful! When I travel, I always try to eat local. Reindeer, the sea along with the soggy desert wine were super delicious.
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Lindsay Gasik is a travel blogger, photographer and fruit nerd who has been traveling in Southeast Asia with her husband for over two years looking for durian. She is the voice behind www.yearofthedurian.com, a blog documenting their adventures through the jungles and farms of 12 countries in Asia.