SPAIN ACROSS THE YEARS. PART 1: Sanguinary Civil War, Ferocious Fascism, and the Dawning of a Better Life »
Here is an enthralling personal account of fascism and the Franco dictatorship by the author who was in Spain in the mid-1970s on the University of California Berkeley’s Education Abroad Program: "The last time I set foot in Spain in 1974 and 1975 fascism and the Franco dictatorship were in their last last legs. Returning 47 years later I braced myself for experiencing big changes."
EL CORRAL DE LA MORERIA: World's best flamenco tablao. Star-studded flameco shows fused with haute cuisine, and with remarkable success too. The only tablao in the world with a Michelin star. Awardee of Repsol Guide's three stars. Celebrities from different fields flock to the Corral, fame begetting fame. One of the "1000 Places to See Before You Die." You've just got to be there and see for yourself!
Reprint of a very revealing article. It paints a perfect picture of the world-famous Prado Museum 52 years ago. Equally important: it offers an insightful glimpse of the key people who ran the museum. Guidepost was a very young 7-year-old then!
Come on over to the place where Fall’s second name is Fun!
“The history of Spain is engraved on its tombstones”
“The many undeniable charms of Madrid makes it the unique city that it is, whether the infamous economic crisis is still going on or over!”
“March brings a wealth of opportunities for a closer look at special exhibitions, or an experience of a refreshing mix of contemporary art in Madrid. Just take your pick
Madrid won’t be Madrid without the Hotel InterContinental. So as it celebrates its milestones so does Madrid.