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Cádiz gastronomic for beginners (part II)
Potatoes of El Faro © Jesús Terrés The capital of the goblin is on everyone's lips because of that New York Times article and a little because of it, this singing to its gastronomy: the high and the low (which pyrrhages us) , the gastronomic ones but also the potholes, the frying, the wines (of the frame of Jerez), the bars and the tabancos, the shrimp tortillas and even the beach bars.

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European perfume temples
European perfume temples

I read in Traveler the travel article by perfumer Thierry Wasser in search of the lost essences, and his talented nose takes us from the profusion of smells from a bustling Guatemalan market to the snowy peaks of Chamonix, where he enters an odorless world. A unique journey guided by its extraordinary development of smell, which in general is the least developed sense of the human being, but still raises passions, such as perfumes, that object of desire.

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A New York getaway from the Neus Bermejo model
A New York getaway from the Neus Bermejo model

A New York getaway of the Neus Bermejo model © Samsung Neus Bermejo lives on horseback between Barcelona and the Big Apple. Therefore, he knows what he is talking about when he talks about New York. Touring its neighborhoods, getting lost in its streets and, of course, signing the latest fashion are your best tips for a city break.

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A route through Santiago de Compostela with WOSINC musicians
A route through Santiago de Compostela with WOSINC musicians

If you don't sound Bala, they SHOULD. These two warriors, Anxela and Violeta, have just released a record (you can hear it in full in Rockdelux) and have left their desire for human flesh aside to give us our stoner rhythm: gastronomic directions. "Simply strolling through the Old Zone is almost impossible to make a mistake, almost anywhere you choose will be good.

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The best Christmas markets in Spain
The best Christmas markets in Spain

What do you know what it is without telling you? (Hint: It's in Madrid!) © Alamy Stock Photo MADRID - Mercadillo Plaza Mayor Not only is it in one of the city's most emblematic squares; It is also the oldest and most traditional of all those celebrated in the capital. In fact, what I used to sell was the food needed to prepare Christmas dinner.

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A day at the Albacete fair
A day at the Albacete fair

At the fair, as in life, everything is RISK © Flickr / Gabriel Villena (with CC license) 14.00 h. The WhatsApp group of your friends is smoke, some of them have already been able to escape from work and walk through the desert center of Albacete taking the first. You take Feria address and… 15.

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Santa Eulalia
Santa Eulalia

Luis Sans, its owner, has managed to position, with his wife, Sandra Domínguez, this store with 170 years of history as an icon of fashion in Barcelona. In the Paseo de Gracia, you will find the best selection of luxury ready-to-wear for men and women, such as Céline, Alden and Church's, among others.

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Casa Corona: the Madrid terrace returns where you want to spend the summer
Casa Corona: the Madrid terrace returns where you want to spend the summer
And this year opens space! © Casa Corona After the comings and goings of our dear good weather, we can finally say that the terrace season is inaugurated in Madrid. The time has come to warm up engines to face the eternal (at the same time as desired) hours of sunshine. Afternoons are back on the couch with a blow from the fan, the dips helped in the pool, the subway races when leaving work (where there is air conditioning, that precious asset) and the night walks back home.
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Hotel elevators that are cool: art that goes up and down
Hotel elevators that are cool: art that goes up and down
The elevator music as a concept. That soniquete they call music for calling it something. It's over. The elevators are now a space worthy of the most creative and artistic minds in the world. They are spaces where you spend time. From reception to your room. And again. Places so far lost that are beginning to be taken advantage of.
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Beer friends: you can now relax in a beer spa in Granada
Beer friends: you can now relax in a beer spa in Granada
A beer spa in Spain opens in Granada. © Beer Spa Granada is the Spanish city where you can take a bubbling bath between liters of beer foam. Did you know that in addition to rejoicing life has multiple healing properties? Some of which are to reduce stress and fatigue, in addition to helping to regenerate our skin.
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A redoubt for contemporary art in Ibiza
A redoubt for contemporary art in Ibiza
Parra & Romero | Ibiza Opening June 2, 2017. Courtesy of Parra & Romero © Roberto Ruiz There is definitely another Ibiza. And this does not mean that we have anything against the paradise of coves, endless nights and port snobbery. But it is comforting to know that there are still things to discover, that our preconceived ideas admit nuances and, above all, that there are plots dedicated to art and culture even in the middle of one of the best-known redoubts for hedonism and superficiality in the world.
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Hong Kong Style Academy: Millionaire Manners School
Hong Kong Style Academy: Millionaire Manners School
As if it were an elite boarding school in Switzerland, the legendary Peninsula hotel (an icon of the British pomp that colonized the island until 1997) has created a Lifestyle Academy (that is, a style academy), where, at more pure Lomana style, manners and world classes are taught to its rich clients who lack them.
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