Category Archives: Europe

Menu del Dia

Hi, all! I’m sharing about Spain’s menu del dia at Dee to the World. See you there! Advertisements

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Cuenca, Spain

Hi, all! I’m sharing about Cuenca, Spain at Dee to the World. See you there!

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Bocadillo de Calamares

Have you ever had one? Check out my post at Dee to the World where I am now blogging. See you there! 👋🏼

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Dee to the World

Hello, everyone! I have moved, and am now blogging at Dee to the World. In my recent post, I share snapshots from Finisterre, Spain. Hope to see you there! ❤️ Dee

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The Pilgrim’s Menu

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Dining could put a dent on one’s wallet while traveling. An economical way of eating in Spain is ordering the menu del dia or menu of the day. It’s a meal that includes a starter, main course, and dessert, including … Continue reading

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Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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My husband’s dream is to walk the Camino de Santiago or the Way of Saint James. St. James or Santiago went on a missionary trip from the Holy Land to the Northwest of Spain to spread the word of God. … Continue reading

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Chocolate con Soletillas

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Desayuno or breakfast in Spain is between 7AM and 9AM. Unlike most of us who consider breakfast as the most important meal of the day, people in Spain opt for a serving of something sweet or savory to tide them … Continue reading

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Snapshots: Monasterio del Escorial

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The Royal Seat of San Lorenzo of Escorial was both a monastery and a royal residence. It was built by King Phillip II of Spain as a symbol of the power of Spain and as a manifestation of the dominance … Continue reading

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Yemas de Santa Teresa

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Yemas are small orange balls made of cooked and sugared soft-boiled egg yolks. Yemas main ingredients: egg yolks, syrup, lemon juice, cinnamon The pastry is identified with the province of Avila, home of St. Teresa of Avila. It is said … Continue reading

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Avila, Spain

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World Heritage City, Avila, is known for its most famous resident, Saint Teresa of Avila. The wonder that greets visitors to Avila is its well-preserved medieval walls which could be seen from the highway. It is not as popular as … Continue reading

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