The dubplex apartment was designed by A-cero studio. This 2,700 square foot duplex apartment located in Galicia, an autonomous community in northwest Spain. According to A-cero: “The project is a duplex apartment integral alteration in a block of flats in a residential area of Galicia. The property had this housing in the city for sporadic stays [...] read more »
DIEZ AÑOS... GRACIAS!
Una década muy completa de música. Un ciclo que comenzó un día de marzo de 2003
cuando mis pies pisaron Barcelona y quefinalizó cuando los levante de Madrid un día de mayo de 2013. Gracias España, gracias Europa por brindar música sin prejuicios de géneroen la calle, estadios, discotecas, salas, casas, donde fuera.
Letrastereo traslada sus base de operaciones desde Iberiahasta Mesoamérica, un lugar rico también en experiencias musicales del "nuevo" continente llamado M... read more »
The Casa Bauzà was designed by Miquel Angel Lacomba, a single family home completed in 2009. This contemporary residence is located in Pollença, on Mallorca, a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea. Casa Bauzà by Miquel Lacomba Architect: “Situated in an attractive place, in Pollença, Mallorca, the house is represented as a white rock, hollow [...] read more »
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The beauty of travelling and exploring Europe is the fact that as far as continents go, this one is pretty compact. Whether youre travelling by airplane, bus, or car, the distances are tiny compared to almost any other continent. Nevertheless, the sheer amount of sightseeing that is packed into these very small distances is sometimes [...] read more »
The nightlife in Madrid is always brimming with color, culture, and the strumming of melodious guitars. It is because of the vivacious pulse of flamenco that makes the Madrid nightlife so spirited. It is more than a diversion or unacquainted, impromptu milieu; it is a way of life. Flamencos interlaced musical roots arise from Andalusia; [...] read more »
This play was first performed at the National Theatre in Chichester on 7th June 1964, when I was a young man of 16. I've never seen a performance, but I wish I had. Bernard Levin described the work as 'The greatest play of our generation', and I can see why, having merely read the text.
This is a piece of fictionalised history with much taken from recorded sources. It reads as true. It reads as a commentary on the utter hypocrisy of the early Catholic Church, the greed of those who would make Empire th... read more »
In my experience, of all European nationalities the Spanish love partying more than anyone. When most of us are thinking of calling it a night, the Spanish are just getting ready to head out. It’s perfectly normal for them to greet the dawn still in ‘fiesta’ mode, drinking their beloved calimochos – a home-made mix of cheap [...] read more »
As darkness comes earlier with each passing day and temperatures drop rapidly to freezing and below, day dreamers ponder fondly about white sands and crystal clear waters. It doesn’t have to be just a dream, however – Europe is home to some of the best resorts in the world that are accessible and comfortable all year round. Down [...] read more »
Here is the last post about my trip to my favourite city - Barcelona. There are not so many touristic places or monuments on these pictures, but still these pictures are my favourites. They had been made during the last 3 days of my trip, when my (at that time) "future-boyfiriend" came to visit me. You know... It was really fantastic to spend some days together in Barcelona, to walk hand in hand down La Rambla street, to stay in cosy little bars and to be so happy!)
It was cold)
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