Pedro Gilabert Gallegos, a Star of Andalusian Art

December 12, 2017 - Sin comentarios

photos | Alan Gandy Spain has of course produced more than its fair share of famed and highly influential artists over the centuries - household names such as Salvador Dalí, Francisco Goya, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, and Diego Velázquez have...Leer más

Basque Super-Chef Pedro Subijana

December 8, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Marta Miranda His folks wanted him to be a doctor. But growing up in San Sebastián in the 1950s, Pedro Subijana felt medicine wasn't for him. And so when he was about to start medical school, and  friend encouraged him to apply instead to the Hi...Leer más

5 Creative Restaurants of A Coruña, Galicia

November 30, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Up north, above the land of flamenco and bullfights, lies green Spain, a land of rolling, forested hills and mountains, splendidly craggy ocean coasts, and a cuisine especially packed with the fruits of those oceans. Nowhere is this more true than ...Leer más

The South of France’s Delightful – but Endangered – Canal du Midi

November 24, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Yuryev Pavel   Down in the south of France, one of the signature features of Toulouse, the big, bustling capital of Languedoc, is a great canal that connects its Garonne River to the Mediterranean Sea, 240 kilometres (150 miles) away. Fin...Leer más

5 Classic Places to Experience Thanksgiving in the USA

November 23, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Brent Hofacker Today is one of the United States' few annual holidays which most of its inhabitants regardless of origin, age, or creed cherish and when families reunite unlike any other time of year except Christmas. Always observed the fourth Thur...Leer más

The Groundbreaking ‘Picasso/Lautrec’ Show in Madrid

November 20, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Both icons of world art, but certainly not two you would automatically associate with each other, right? Spaniard Pablo Picasso, perhaps the most reknowned artist of the 20th century, a giant of modern abstract art known the world over. Frenchman ...Leer más

3 Marvelous Madrid Meccas for Terrific Tapas

November 18, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Hermosos y Malditos By now, every foodie knows that Spain is the tapas mecca par excellence, with tapas bars on nearly every corner of every town. And so what better place than its capital to experience a distillation of the very best this country ...Leer más

Explore the Essence of Italy in its Historic Small Towns

November 15, 2017 - Sin comentarios

What comes to mind when you think of Italy? Not hard to imagine - the canals and gondolas of Venice; Rome's Colosseum and Vatican; and the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio in Florence no doubt figure high on the list. And this blog has covered many oth...Leer más

6 Top Winter Resorts of the USA’s Rocky Mountains

November 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

dotshock Speaking to my fellow Europeans, if you’ve gone skiing or snowboarding on the Continent but not yet in North America, you’re in for a real treat. Welcome to an unexpected world in which everyone seems to be intent upon you having a good...Leer más

San Miguel de Allende, One of Mexico’s Top Gems

November 8, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Everyone remembers their first visit to this splendid colonial city in Mexico's central highlands. Mine was in 2013 with my good friend Chava, not just one of those people who exudes bubbly enthusiasm wherever he goes, but also passionate about ...Leer más

263410 written by Ed Fryer

26/10/2015

Those Moroccan spices look incredible. It would be such fun to go there to learn how best to use them as well. What a great idea!

263430 written by Sarah, Maison Cupcake

26/10/2015

I loved my first ever trip to Barcelona earlier this month! I missed out on that market but am definitely intending to go again.

263450 written by Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

26/10/2015

I’m going to New Orleans in the spring, will have to look up those cooking classes! They sound like a lot of fun.

263545 written by Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes

27/10/2015

I bet it’s wonderful learning how to cook the native food of the country that you are visiting. If only I had known about the Parisian cooking classes when I was there last time.

263752 written by Bintu | Recipes From A Pantry

28/10/2015

I do a cooking class in almost every destination I visit – and since New Orleans is on my list I will defo check these classes out when I get there.

325720 written by The Jetset Boyz

14/8/2017

We love eating tapas when we’re in Spain. After the fun we had making paella in Valencia, on our recent trip to Barcelona, we decided to take a tapas making class. It’s something different and it turned out to be a really fun way to spend an evening! It’s definitely worth doing if you love good tapas.

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