There is a great exhibition at the Prado Museum (Madrid) that you may enjoy. It is called Treasures from the Hispanic Society of America and I must say it was so much better than what I expected.
Roughly we could translate the name of the show as Madness in the pastry shop although it is probably not the kind of madness one expects from the average baking reality (that we’ve been bombarded with lately). In my opinion, this creative madness gets closer to the genius type of madness and this is only one of the reasons why I have decided to share this tv show in here.
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Probably one of my favourite places in Madrid, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando holds a stunning collection that is really worth the visit. Why?
After the most French video EVER I would like to share what has been the highlight of the day in my opinion.
How stunning does this location look like? Well… it is, in fact, a photograph of a picture. A massive one that makes you feel like you were actually there and that it is part of a fabulous international exhibition called The Maya – Mystery of the lost cities that it is taking place at the MARQ in Alicante until the 7th of January of 2018.
A bad student from a small village who became one of the most famous writers EVER!
He’s been in Spain for a long time (60 years) and after watching the interview I feel like he knows us so well. People often find interesting the perception others have from us and in this case, I love how in such simple words he characterized Spain and its people with such detail. Bold and clear statements on: