Restaurants and bars, movies, theater, dance, sports arenas, even the home… Keep abreast of what’s going on where, and how you can have the greatest fun.
This year, Chinese New Year falls on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019. It is The Year of the Pig, celebrated by more than 20 percent of the world's population. To all the Chinese people worldwide, we wish you A HAPPY NEW CHINESE NEW YEAR!
Don’t forget that paella is a rice dish whatever delightful ingredients you mix it with. Therefore, rice takes center stage. Having said that, think Bomba or Sollana rice, virgin olive oil, enamelled pan, firewood or gas stove, feeding straight from the pan. Now you're ready to get ready for the party!
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Start off the New Year with a very special treat, the Princeton University Symphony Orchestra performing at San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid, on the 2nd of February. And it's FREE too!
A confirmed Italian Espresso and Caffé enthusiast takes a liking to tea. See her short list.
Christmas Music, Songs, Show, YouTube Video Ambience, Ballet, Classic and New Movies. Share it with your friends! A Very Merry Christmas & A Happy, Healthy and Very Prosperous New Year, Everyone!
“´Tis the Season” for seeing old friends, embracing family, remembering loved ones of days gone by, sharing family traditions and stories; the season of giving - not only to our loved ones but also to those who are not as fortunate or are alone and need a friendly phone call or invitation. . . Serve: Monte Cristo Sandwich and/or Cream Filled Strawberries
This year La Negra Tomasa celebrated their 20th anniversary, and it’s not hard to see why they have stayed in business for so long. With live music and mojitos flowing every night, La Negra Tomasa is the place to be for a fun and delicious night out in Madrid.
Hospitality is one of the defining ingredients of Georgian culture, and is most vividly expressed at the dinner table. The Georgian tradition of the supra, or feast, is one of familial bonding fielded by the consumption of large quantities of rich breads and cheeses. AND wine. For Georgia has been home to grapevine cultivation for over 8000 years and boasts the oldest living evidence of wine production in the world.