Eating here was our final dinner on our Lindblad cruise. We walked up the hill from the Marriott on rough wet sidewalks, It was worth the hike.
The interior decor is delightful, representing the old Spanish style towns, and the stage came alive with traditional accordion and drum musicians as the show began.
the dancers performed dances from different parts of the country, ending with some in the traditional dresses, jewelry and head dresses. The devil mask dancers were great.
And the food was served promptly, with a range of entrees for any diet, vegetarian, fish, meat - though after the generous starter platters you aren't that hungry. Dessert was great too.
Well worth a visit!
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