The XI Edition of the Annual Gastronomic Fair was held in the Majuelo botanical gardens from the 5th to the 7th of June Twenty
This year is the XXII event and will be held from the 18th to the 25th of this month, starting at 22.30 each evening in the Botanical Park, El Majuelo, as always.
Allow me to put you out of your misery, before we go any further: the bigwig from Madrid, José Blanco, announced that the La Herradura-Taramay section of the A-7 Autovía del Mediterraneo wouldn’t be opened until the end of July.
Really, it’s not that hard to find, because there couldn’t be a better landmark: the main-road bridge over the Jete road, in San Sebastian. If you walk up to the bridge from the fountain, running down the side of the embankment there is a lane to the left. Just a few metres down, there is a multi-coloured metal door – that’s where the gallery is. It’s pretty spacious and is well lit.
Sometimes, even us car owners need the services of a taxi. Whether we’ve broken down or have just had one or six too many, and need to get home to our bed without going via a Guardia Civil cell.
21st of June is Father’s Day, and in celebration of this, Mark is preparing a fantastic three-course menu for just €15, with a choice of three starters, mains and desserts. He assures me that one of the mains will be Roast Sirloin of Beef and the puddings will be typically ‘dad pleasing’ dishes. Bearing in mind the success of the Mother’s Day menu, we strongly suggest you book your table well in advance.
You will all remember the great beach brolly rebellion of 2004, when the Mayor, for the first time, banned unattended beach equipment, under threat of being confiscated.
There was an email in Spanish circulating, one of which I received, about the traffic lights on the P-4. The author claimed that it was a sort of dishonest police trap.
Many present at the inauguration – Mayor offered his congratulations.
I.E.S. Antigua Sexi gets a face lift on for its 40th birthday