Demonstrating impressive dedication, Italo-Argentinian Chef Paulo Airaudo has transformed an old timber shop into a full throttle duplex restaurant in the heart of ZONA ROMANTICA in the spectacular city of San Sebastian.
Enter a world where dancing Jews reside in an underground shop, broken dolls bleed from the eyes, and time follows no logical progression.
High quality Galician classic specialities in a neighborhood chockfull of international eateries
Gran Via is Madrid’s Broadway; glamorous and sitting-room cozy theaters line the street. Here are five picks of shows on Broadway à la Madrid
Olga Pericet is considered one of the most influential and innovative figures in the current flamenco scene. She performed in this year’s Flamenco Festival, New York. It was breathtaking!
In a protest event organized by the Unidos Podemos radical left coalition, their leader Pablo Iglesias told the crowd: “ Let’s go on not drinking Coca-Cola because Coca-Cola is attacking workers’ rights.” But standing out on his lunch tray the coalition's spokesperson in the Senate were two Coca-Colas.
So far the Spanish security forces have upstaged the terrorists. Still, one couldn’t help thinking realistically that no amount of beefed up security could stop a determined terrorist from carrying out his evil plans. . .
Alonso will look to become the second person ever, after Graham Hill in the 1960’s, to achieve the motorsport triple crown winning the Monaco Grand Prix, the Indy 500 and Le Mans.
You can’t beat Seville, the land of the fiery, when it comes to the passion and pageantry of Spain’s Semana Santa
Go through the awesome portal of the Biblioteca Nacional and you’re catapulted into the wonderful world of books and ancient manuscripts. Special event: Open House, 9 April 2017
"Spain was full of ideas, creativity and confidence in their attacking play. There was a spring in their step, like the Spain of five years ago."
Osel Hita Torres: "I was always saying that I was a Buddhist, but then I realized I really didn't understand what that meant"
TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THIS: 2:00 AM, Standard Time, on Sunday, 26 MARCH, is 3.00 AM as per Daylight Saving Time (DST). DST lasts through spring and summer.
This year's Fallas is extra especial. It's the first to be celebrated after the festivity was inscribed as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO
There's no place like Madrid and time like Spring to -- among many others -- fall in love.
25,000 genuine items of at least 50-year antiquity. Singular sojourn into the distant and recent past.
Think about this: Madrid natives Lucas Olazabal Arocena, Daniel Duran and Jonas Batuecas Fuejo had no idea about how to play musical instruments, at least not the ones they now must play. But here they are, making their mark – and how! – on the local music scene, turning their dreams into reality.
Every month seems to get busier with our club events. Why, you ask. Because we have an amazing board of directors who don’t stop! Mark your calendars to join us for any or ALL of our upcoming events this month . . .
Forty-two years ago, in 1975, Jeffrey Owen wrote a guide to tapas bars and restaurants in the famous Plaza Mayor for GUIDEPOST. Many of these places are still in business and it should be fun to compare them as they are today with how they were almost half a century ago from Jeffrey’s account
"Go out and vote. Tell the City Hall what kind of Plaza you’d like to have. The ballot count is binding on the municipal government"
In 1975 Jeffrey Owen observed: "The Plaza Mayor remains the heart of much of what remains of old city life in Madrid – festivals, processions, Sunday strolls and nocturnal merry-making, sun-sitting, café-lounging, tapa–hopping and al fresco dining." GUIDEPOST suggests this is still true in 2017