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You’ll want to visit the places you’ll be reading about in Spain Destinations. They’re every bit as charming and irresistible as the writers say! Besides, you won’t have any problems getting there; they’ll tell you how.

SEVEN BEST COUNTRIES TO SETTLE IN AFTER THE PANDEMIC

SEVEN BEST COUNTRIES TO SETTLE IN AFTER THE PANDEMIC »

15 Sep, 2020
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The pandemic confinement gave people time to ponder their way of life and, accordingly, their place of residence. Spain, next to the UK, is a top choice of those thinking of moving to a new country when the coast is clear. France comes third.

SPAIN: THE KING WHO LEFT THE PALACE AND WALKED OUT ON THE QUEEN

SPAIN: THE KING WHO LEFT THE PALACE AND WALKED OUT ON THE QUEEN »

5 Aug, 2020
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THE royal letter, from king to king: “A year ago, I spoke to you of my wish and desire to withdraw from institutional functions. Now, guided by the conviction to provide the best service to the Spaniards, their institutions, and to you as King, I am informing you of my well-considered decision to leave Spain at this point.” But what about the wife?

FINDING DON QUIXOTE

FINDING DON QUIXOTE »

18 Jul, 2020
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I had given up finding my favorite Street Performer Don Quixote. I was afraid he had gone the way of the many other performers, not to be found again. But to my surprise, on one of my last days in Madrid I rounded the corner and there he was. Tall, handsome, and lance in hand, waiting for people to take his picture. I have always loved finding him.

BUSKERS BOWL ‘EM OVER IN SPAIN!

BUSKERS BOWL ‘EM OVER IN SPAIN! »

18 Jul, 2020
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Face masks and vertical social distancing, and other amazing feats!

YOU SHOULD BE RUNNING THE BULLS NOW, BUT YOU CAN’T!

YOU SHOULD BE RUNNING THE BULLS NOW, BUT YOU CAN’T! »

8 Jul, 2020
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Monday, the 6th of July 2020. If this were any ordinary year, the plaza of Pamplona would have been packed to the rafters with excited Spaniards and foreign tourists who couldn’t wait to celebrate the chupinazo and kick off the sanfermines. But this is no ordinary year. It is one of the five times when Pamplona’s festival of running the bulls has been cancelled in its long history.

GUIDEPOST LOVES GOOD NEWS. SPAIN’S PRIME MINISTER: “The hardest part is behind us”

GUIDEPOST LOVES GOOD NEWS. SPAIN’S PRIME MINISTER: “The hardest part is behind us” »

7 Jun, 2020
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PEDRO SÁNCHEZ: “The great wave of the pandemic has now passed and all of Spain has gained a firm foothold in the transition towards the new normality. The light is clearer and we can now see light at the end of the tunnel.”

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: A Wine Well Worth Trying, 26 January 1990

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: A Wine Well Worth Trying, 26 January 1990 »

21 May, 2020
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The first wine to be drunk in the New World was the very same that came from the Condado vineyards + The Condado wines and how to serve + Elaboration and maturity + The art of tasting + The home cellar how-to.

THE CORONA CRISIS: MY TRANSOCEANIC ODYSSEY

THE CORONA CRISIS: MY TRANSOCEANIC ODYSSEY »

15 Apr, 2020
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‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’ is the theme song of my life. It was the few days before lockdown began in Spain that Monday in mid March. I knew I would enjoy the time for solitude that the lockdown would provide. I would have plenty of time to read, write and meditate upon what I want to do with my life as a 23-year-old recent college grad. But my parents preferred me to come home. Dear Spain, muchas gracias for the short time we had together. We’ll see each other soon, once the gods permit.

LIFE IN TRANSITION: From Showbiz to Churro Cards on Calle Arenal

LIFE IN TRANSITION: From Showbiz to Churro Cards on Calle Arenal »

15 Mar, 2020
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Standing in the street from eight to eight handing out discount cards for churros, after a fairly successful career as a musician in Honduras which involved touring the Americas, may not be a job to be smiling about. But to Robert, there are others who aren’t as lucky, who can’t find work in Madrid. He wakes up each morning to pray and express thanks before smiling into the mirror as he prepares to stand in the intersection of Calles Arenal and San Martin and do his amazing job.

FoodTrex NAVARRA 2020: SETTING RECORDS & SAVING THE FABULOUS FUNGUS

FoodTrex NAVARRA 2020: SETTING RECORDS & SAVING THE FABULOUS FUNGUS »

5 Mar, 2020
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FoodTrex 2020, a major food festival held in collaboration with the World Food Travel Association, broke its attendance record for the second year in a row, drawing 11% more people than it did in 2019. The fair has noted that travelers are no longer content with eating just any food. They demand an authentic eno-gastronomic experience. Moreover, Gastro-Tourism is an ally to the kind of sustainability that protects local culture which, in turn, nurtures gastronomical elements that could be wiped out of existence.  If we continue to promote sustainability, then “poco a poco” (bit by bit), we can save the precious fungi!