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Subject: Fish (WAS: [Leica] Lost Faith in Leica) (Nathan Wajsman)
From: nathan.wajsman at (Nathan Wajsman)
Date: Sun Sep 19 02:18:26 2004
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I fully back F?lix regarding San Sebastian. It was a wonderful city and 
we left with very food stomachs and very satisfied palates. I don't know 
about Paris, I have been there many times but have not really eaten well 
there--probably did not go to the right places, because the food in 
other parts of France has been exquisite. But if I am to pick a country 
for the best overall food (not 3-star Michelin, but in daily life), it 
would be a close contest between Spain and Italy, with (for me) Spain 
the winner by a slim margin.


F?lix L?pez de Maturana wrote:
>>The best fresh fish I have had in my life was in San Sebastian in the
>>Basque country. We were staying in a hotel overlooking the city, and
>>every morning around 7 a.m. we saw the fishermen coming back. The same
>>evening we would go to the restaurants and eat that fish. Fantastic!
> I can back it as I was born in San Sebastian where fishermen get out at 
> four
> in the morning and get back for selling captures before lunch. Eating fresh
> fish is a common habit but more and more we are going to frozen factory 
> ship
> fish...what a pity. Perhaps Natham could back my opinion that San 
> Sebastian,
> with Paris, is one of the best sites in the world for getting excellent
> food...
> Felix
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Nathan Wajsman
Almere, The Netherlands

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