When we learned that Andrea Gentl, passionate about food, part-time jewelry maker, full-time traveler, hunter and collector of beautiful things, was taking an inspirational trip through Amsterdam, we did not miss the opportunity to sneak in. After all, he has built his photographic career through the creation of evocative and impressive pictorial images of the Dutch masters.
A ostreira de Mon Devane © Mon Devane A couple of weeks ago, one of the walls of a building in the neighborhood of Coia de Vigo, dawned with a giant blue face. It's about Isabel, a city ostreira. The last ostreira, in fact. Thus, the artist Mon Devane pays homage to an endangered trade, that of those women who sold oysters in the famous Mercado da Pedra in Vigo.
USES AND CUSTOMS 1. You know how to defend yourself and with pride you recognize it. Woe to him who calls you "chilango" because you will give him a class explaining the "subtle difference"! 2. But when you meet someone who comes from another State in the country to the “big city” you never miss the opportunity to emphasize that he is “from the province”.
We want prairie! © Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash ON THE SCREEN. To enjoy 10 days of documentary cinema, the one that brings us the 16th edition of DocumentaMadrid, the international festival that brings together the work of creators from all over the world, with their particular ways of doing, narrating and watching the world.
TIC TAC, travelers, TIIIIC TAAAC © Alamy AWARDED ARCHITECTURE Although the portense landscape is mostly dominated by buildings of the eighteenth and nineteenth century with its characteristic windows, the capital of the Duero offers an impressive and still unknown showcase of contemporary and avant-garde architecture.
In 1870 Vienna was a town. The capital of a vast empire, but a town after all. The Austro-Hungarian Empire was a kind of United States of medieval invoice, without unique identity, multinational, with subjects - eye: subjects, non-citizens - Germans, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, Poles, Rutnos, Serbo-Croatians, Slovenes, Italians, Bosnians and Romanians .
Upon arrival, Alicante will soak you with sea breeze © iStock Alicante, taken by palm trees and a dazzling light, is the city of rice, the bonfires of San Juan and the afternoon (with permission from neighboring Murcia and Albacete) and it's much more than fire and gunpowder. In Alicante it is difficult to choose.
Take your time, like the city itself, it is that way of life, in which to maintain the essence of things to savor every moment what makes Lisbon a place where it seems that time has decided to stop. See 101 photos 100 things about Lisbon that you should know As in an eternal return to a paradise that has not yet been lost, and that continues, we walk its cobbled streets in search of its classics, its secrets and the irresistible 'saudade'.
1) AN INFLATABLE CASTLE IN FULL CIBELS Among the numerous activities proposed by the City of Madrid, in the Central Gallery of CentroCentro (Palacio de Cibeles), we will find this inflatable castle designed by choreographer William Forsythe. It is a piece open to the public for children to generate their own choreographies in a white castle-shaped cube.
You will be surprised how green it is, the culture that lives its streets, the exquisite cuisine, the care of its hotels and especially the hospitality of its people. But above all you will be surprised that it has not surprised you before. 1) IF YOU LIKE THAT THE PLANS COME WELL A star escapist and sybarite plan and reserve room at Finca el Cortiñal.