The memory of fresh sardines in landlocked Madrid; bread in the States with all sorts of national origins, not least Spanish, and how to make use of them when they grow stale; and lentil stew with chorizo transplanted to the States
THE FIRST EUROPEAN “UNIVERSITY” & ONE OF THE WORLD’S OLDEST UNIVERSITIES IN CONTINUOUS OPERATION IS SPANISH »
Spain was one of the pioneers of university learning in the world
The ongoing Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest event for the mobile telecommunications sector. Barcelona is the capital of Mobile World
Iberia's greatest pastry chefs and chocolate-makers; Madrid Fusion 2016 ant its guest country Thailand; Exhibition Dialogues with the Vanguard Americans
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"
"Up there on the Faro, with panels that provide the visitors all the info they’ll need to know about the city that unfolds before their very eyes, Madrid shares with its visitors its treasured monuments"
By Mary Foran
In these oh-so-serious times, it’s amazing how St. Valentine’s Day, celebrated on February 14th, is still
Maria Salmeron received an award for her fight against gender violence but has been convicted for depriving her husband of joint custody