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San Sebastian - Alley Crossing in the Old Town
Northern Spain

Along the alleys one bar, café and restaurant is right next to the other. Get in, have a drink or taste the tapas like basque version of a snack called Pintxo. A piece of bread with all imaginable toppings, a piece of spanish omelette or some olives. All these snacks have on in common: A toothpick ("pinchar" = "to prick"). The pintxos are paid piecewise by counting the toothpicks on the table. Be honest!

Copyright: Carsten arenz
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Uploaded: 04/03/2014
Updated: 01/07/2014
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