Spain and Plazas Go Together Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Some of my first wanderings in Alicante involved happening upon another plaza on nearly every new street I explored. There was a plaza with a pagoda bar in the center, a plaza with an aquarium, a plaza filled with palm trees, another with lit water jets splashing up from the ground, and plenty with small … More Spain and Plazas Go Together Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

I Say ToMAYto, You Say ToMAHto

Walking down La Explanada, there’s no shortage of restaurants trying to entice tourists with promises of authentic Spanish cuisine – particularly paella. In Alicante, many visitors look for the famous dish around dinnertime. The locals, however, have clued me in – any restaurant advertising paella for dinner is definitely for guiris – it’s a tourist trap and … More I Say ToMAYto, You Say ToMAHto