Dinner/10pm: We ate dinner and ordered the Menu del Dia. Menu del Dia is a very economical way of getting a three course meal or two courses and a beverage(from 9-15euros). I chose two courses and red wine. I had two native Galician dishes(Caldo Gallego-soup) and for an appetizer we shared Pulpo(Cut up and seasoned Octopus). Both were very delicious. I thought the look of Pulpo would gross me out but it was well textured and the slightly spicy olive oil that it was soaking in was just right.
|Caldo Gallego and Pulpo|
|Merluza a la Romana con patatas fritas|
|I swear this was the equivalent of four glasses of wine..|
|La Negra Tomasa|
|NO SINGING AND SCREAMING, lol..|
*Side note: There was a mini altercation, inside then outside, so keep your eyes open. No one outside of the two fighting individuals was hurt.*
3:30am: We met up with Vania after she closed her bar and went to two more clubs in Centro Historico. Seculo: http://www.seculo.ch/, a smaller, more crowded, less authentic Guayaba. There was glass and liquor all over the floor. Maybe I would have liked it more if I didn't have on calf hair leopard flats and had had a few more drinks. But I'll give it another try, maybe I'll wear my rainboots next time...
4am: Retablo: http://www.cafeconcertoretablo.es/, a more sophisticated, American looking club. It has all the bells and whistles of your shiny, lights flashing, two floor club. I actually liked it! The music was a mixture of popular American and Latin American music. It was the first place I saw Ciroc and Grey Goose. I only stayed for 20 minutes because I was tired but I'll definitely return.
#Stamp of Approval!
4:26am: Walking home. A bit discomforting at first but as I relaxed it became meditative.
If I haven't said it before: I love this place!