On Our 90th Anniversary, an Iberia Exhibition in Madrid

October 24, 2017 - Sin comentarios

As we've been reminding you throughout 2017, we're in the midst of a big birthday this year: the 90th anniversary of our founding! We've been marking the occasion in various ways in the past month, and the most recent just opened to visitors at Ma...Leer más

Córdoba, Spain’s Nifty New Flower Fest

October 20, 2017 - Sin comentarios

FLORA International Flower Festival The ancient, atmospheric, labyrinthine old quarter of this Andalusian city on the Guadalquivir River is known for its history, its winding cobblestone lanes, its grand mosque/cathedral, and its lovely patios. And ...Leer más

Big Fun in Big Sur, California

October 11, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Ah, the open road in the USA - cruising top-down along the legendary Route 66, the Pacific Coast Highway... But I actually have my own favourite route - it's Highway 1, winding along the central California coast through the region called Big Su...Leer más

Volcanoes of Lanzarote on Foot & 4×4

October 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

leoks The fourth largest/third smallest of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is one of its drier, most volcanic-looking ones, wth golden-brown beaches populated by sand blown over from the relatively nearby Sahara desert (the African mainland being aro...Leer más

Magical Mérida, Capital of Mexico’s Yucatan

October 6, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Vladimir Korostyshevskiy Founded just 50 years after Christopher Columbus' arrival in the Americas, the capital of Mexico’s Yucatan state has since 1542 has been a city thriving with beauty, culture and history. Yet compared with the Yucatan Penin...Leer más

A Half Century of Sitges’ Fantasy Film Fest

October 5, 2017 - Sin comentarios

  Catalonia's iconic holiday city by the sea, just 45 minutes south of Barcelona, is known for its sun, sand, and quaint whitewashed architecture. But Sitges has also developed quite a festival scene, and the doyen of said scene reache...Leer más

Lights…Camera…Turin!

September 29, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Toni del Popolo If you're an aficionado of vintage European films, thrillers, or cheesy horror, you may know the work of director Dario Argento. Now aged 76, especially in the 1970s and 1980s, Argento was a maestro of the macabre, called "the Italia...Leer más

In Spain’s Green Asturias, Once Gritty Gijón a Rejuvenated Dynamo

September 27, 2017 - Sin comentarios

juanjominor The largest city (pop. 280,000) of Asturias, one of the regions of Spain's green north, Gijón is also its major seaport, right astride the bracing Cantabrian Sea. And for much of the 20th century, the emphasis here was less on aesthet...Leer más

In South Florida, a Tale of 2 Science Museums

September 25, 2017 - Sin comentarios

     all photos: David Paul Appell When my husband was just a little fella, he was also a little nerd (an adorable little nerd, it goes without saying!) who was always dragging his folks to the Miami Science Museum in Miami’s Coconut Grove dist...Leer más

Discovering ‘Authentic’ Barcelona in its Sants Neighbourhood

September 19, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Dani Keral The working-class district of Sants in Barcelona's south is best known for its enormous train station - Spain's second largest - which connects the city to most other destinations throughout the country. So tens and hundreds of thousa...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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