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It is said that Columbus stopped by the Guadalupe monastery to pray for the success of his expedition before setting out in what resulted in the unexpected discovery of the New World
Jean Allen’s Society column was the heart and soul of Guidepost.
Though he had other wins on other major courts, SUPERMANuel Santana was the only Spanish male winner at Wimbledon until Rafael Nadal came along in 2008. He became an instant national hero in isolated Spain
The entire plaza groaned in horror when Emilio Muñoz’s first bull made an unexpected charge and the matador turned, with capote in hand, to flee in helpless confusion
Madrid in the 1960s as told by Lois Netell in GUIDEPOST on 30 May 1986: The infamous Franco regime in its “best” ambience
Mallorca in the winter of 1977: "I found Mallorca surprisingly enchanting. I expected it to be very modern and somewhat overrun by tourism. But to my surprise, it was peaceful, very hilly, and filled with interesting little surprises"
“The history of Spain is engraved on its tombstones”
In 1959 Neil Dougall ran “before a bunch of razor-horned, massively-muscled bulls” and experienced “the most excitingly dangerous minutes” of his life
With this year’s Feria de Abril de Sevilla just celebrated, GUIDEPOST tells the story of the famous Andalusian fair like it was 50 years ago