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Life with my husband was an exciting time. We traveled by car, many times across the states and into Canada. We worked, and enjoyed life. Then one day, unexpectedly, my husband of almost 36 years died – and I was lost.Thank goodness for my brother John who guided me back to the land of the living. I booked a tour of a country I wanted to see: Spain, a place where I did not speak the language. I loved exploring all of the country and when I left that first time, I knew I would return, and I did.
The Purloined Suitcase: "Where, oh where was my dark blue suitcase with the large bright pink bow???" <> The Sneeze and the March: "There were many protesters marching on the street below. After they were gone, no trash at all to be found. All of those people and no trash left behind. Amazing!" <> . . .The Bank: "The machine ate my card!" <> Chocolatería: "Best hot chocolate ever!"
Saint Patrick was a fifth-century Roman-British missionary and bishop in the island of Ireland, known as the "Apostle of Ireland". He is the primary patron saint of Ireland
My daughter Teresa who is nearly nine has suffered from severe cerebral palsy since birth. In 1986 I saw three or four programmes on television about the Peto Institute in Budapest. And there we went at the end of June. Although Teresa is only supposed to be affected physically, the first assessment classed her as ‘severely mentally handicapped’. I have no guarantee that the Peto method is the best the world can offer but studying their theories it seems to be a fairly logical type of treatment for a child like mine. But perhaps Teresa’s saving grace is her great sense of humour and her large brown eyes that try to make up for her difficulty in communicating. Her brother and sister spend some time fighting together but they also look after Teresa wonderfully, in an extremely unselfish way, and they try to make sure I do the same – they certainly let me know if I don’t.
If the original Withdrawal Agreement, or an alternative one, is not ratified, the Treaties and the whole EU acquis will cease to apply to relations with the United Kingdom on 30 March 2019. This brings about the fearsome cliff-edge scenario wherein the UK's withdrawal will not be cushioned by special agreements. Insofar as Spain is concerned, the central government has announced that it is adopting the necessary measures, both at an internal level and in coordination with the EU institutions and other Member States so that should there still be no Withdrawal Agreement by 30 March, the impact of cliff edge on Spain will be minimal.
GRACE HREN: "I don't think tapas are overrated. Anything that's delicious cannot be overrated." <> EMILY HANDLER: "Yeah, tapas are kind of overrated. I like the idea of them; they are cheap. But usually they are really not very good." <> JAYCEE RODMAN: "From a tourist point of view, it's something that is a part of the Spanish culture that most people look forward to trying."
Spain isn't just the planet's HEALTHIEST country, according to Bloomberg's Global Health Index. Spaniards are projected to live longest too! How about that! Balmy climate, tons of sunshine, great music, and delectable Mediterranean diet (gazpacho anyone?), not to mention the knack for living it up. They have it all, these fortunate people. Salud!
Tax Day march
By Mary Foran
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The world's largest mobile event is being held in Barcelona these days, 25 - 28 Febraury 2019! Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry, and incorporates a thought-leadership conference featuring prominent executives representing global mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors, and content owners. MWC Barcelona 2019 expects attendance to surpass 100,000 people from more than 200 countries across the globe.
I don't know who first coined the phrase "La Movida Madrilena" but I know from my own experience that it was a real phenomenon in the city of Madrid. If the young are allowed to have their own voice, they will create new cultural phenomenons continuously.