Eating my way through Madrid 


Went to my old street vallehermoso, it hasn’t changed one bit. And the newspaper man recognized me, ten years after moving away. Like in the old times I went to la Blanca Doble to have breakfast: cafe con leche en vaso (coffee with milk Ina glass) and tostada con tomate. Excellent. 

Later I went to Marisqueria El 79 to have my first aperitivo. The black things are bigaros, sea snails. Very tasty. 

  In the evening we went to Opera and had a proper aperitivo with vermu and wine.   

1 comment
  1. Joachim Linke said:

    das sieht ja sehr nach Diát aus !

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