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Madrid Premium Hotel Map
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Madrid Premium Hotel Map

Madrid awakens from the pandemic with a new hotel scenario: two of the world's largest chains, such as Four Season and Mandarin Oriental, are already settled in the capital and ready to receive tourists when the health crisis allows it. They are joined by the Rosewood chain, which will break into the city in the fall with the opening of the new Villa Magna, and Marriott, which will launch two new brands, W and The Edition. Pestana also arrives with CR7, a hotel that has just opened in a 1920 building on Gran Vía, and Hard Rock, which opens its first hotel on the peninsula on July 1 (it has one in Ibiza and another in Tenerife), just a few meters from the Reina Sofía Museum. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Le...
Cabify launches a subscription model for its mobility services in Spain
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Cabify launches a subscription model for its mobility services in Spain

Cabify launches in Spain a subscription model for its mobility services, a proposal already offered by Uber and Lyft in the US and other countries under the names of Uber Pass and Lyft Pink. The new offer is launched under the name Cabify Go! and starts with a pilot test in Madrid where the new service is available to 40,000 users, although the company's objective is to progressively open it to the rest of its users in the Spanish capital, and take it to all the cities where it operates in Spain and to Latin America, where it is present in seven countries. In the pilot, which will last about two months, according to Leonor Barrueco, Vice President of Growth at Cabify, the company told CincoDías. offers three different plans in exchange for a fixed monthly payment. With the 'All in one'...
A ‘spritz’ with the Florentines
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A ‘spritz’ with the Florentines

To visit Florence It involves spending the day among museums and iconic places in the history of art. But if we need to take a break, rest from Stendhal syndrome after seeing so much beauty, would there be any other morning or evening chores? Any place to eat surrounded by Florentines? Here are a few ideas that allow you to experience the many facets of the city. It is difficult not to feel like a tourist in Florence, but it is not impossible, especially if we approach the area of Sant'Ambrogio. To the east of the historical-artistic heart is this neighborhood whose market is full of life. In addition to cheese stalls with pistachios or stuffed rooster necks, here is the tiny Trattoria da Rocco, which is loved by travelers and locals alike thanks to its Tuscan recipes. Two steps ...
The city of those who are no longer
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The city of those who are no longer

On February 27, the window of the Hegoa gallery, at 16 rue de Beaune in Paris woke up with the intimacy of one of the illustrious residents of the neighborhood exhibited in the window. Serge Gainsbourg, skinny in his mouth, dries his daughter Kate with a huge white towel. They are sitting on the edge of an antique bathtub. Beside her, Jane Birkin hugs her naked daughter Charlotte, who leans lovingly on her mother's body, as if she were a towel herself. There are more black and white snapshots. They were all taken by Andrew Birkin, Jane's brother. They cost 4,000 euros. They are worth a life. That of a family that lasted happily for just over two decades, those portrayed in the exhibition Gainsbourg Toujours 30 years. The singer is still 30 years old. That is why his house, at num...
Richard Sennet: "Stopping gentrification is simple: prohibit rents from multiplying by three"
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Richard Sennet: "Stopping gentrification is simple: prohibit rents from multiplying by three"

50 years after 'The uses of disorder', one of the most influential urban planners publishes the second part together with the young Sevillian Pablo Sendra. It addresses the great themes of the modern cityThe urbanist Richard Sennet.LOW CANNARSAUpdated Wednesday, June 2, 2021 - 02:03Architecture Luxury, technology and hypercapitalism: a trip to the 150 new cities born from nothing One of the books that best expressed the new vision of urbanism in the 70s was Urban life and personal identity: The uses of disorder. In l, Richard Sennet (Chicago, 1943) defend an anti-hierarchical urbanism, made on the scale of man, critical of power ... Just half a century later, its author delivers his second part, Design disorder (Editorial Alliance), signed together with the Sevillian architect Pablo Send...
Mallorca, much more than ensaimada
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Mallorca, much more than ensaimada

The llonguets, the arròs brut, the snails and the pa amb oli are just some of the gastronomic specialties of Mallorca. A typical Mediterranean cuisine, based on fresh food from the sea, the garden and the farm, with simple dishes and top quality ingredients. Since Palm until the Tramuntana mountain range, Any of these places on the Balearic island is a success if you want to taste the local cuisine. Bar Cabrera There is no trip to Mallorca worth its salt without trying the pa amb oli (in Spanish, bread with oil), and nothing better than to do it in this bar who has been serving him in the neighborhood of Santa Catalina de Palma. Although its menu is extensive, most of its customers come here to eat this peasant bread rubbed with tomato of ramallet typical of the island and a splash...
The French landing in LaLiga.  A matter of style
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The French landing in LaLiga. A matter of style

The first French player to come to Spain was Raymond Kopa. In the 1950s soccer was nowhere near the most popular sport in France. With his cuts, with his joy to play, Kopa brought football closer to a sophisticated culture, more used to celebrating art, literature, freedom, than sport. He was the creator of football champagne, bubble football, football worth celebrating. He joined Real Madrid in 1956 and won three European Cups in a row, with teammates such as Alfredo di Stéfano and Paco Gento. Without knowing it, the elusive and technical Kopa had begun to sculpt the style of French footballer who would triumph in Spain for the next 70 years: Zidane, Henry, Benzema, Griezmann ... 153 players from that country have passed through the elite of Spanish football. France has been the la...
The essential pastry shops in Barcelona
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The essential pastry shops in Barcelona

Neither are they all that are, nor are they all that they are. Barcelona has a long tradition of pastry making, so this is just a first route through the sweetest establishments in the city. From the newest Brunells and L'Atelier to the classic La Colmena and Foix de Sarrià, without forgetting the fusion of the Ochiai proposal or the award-winning La Pastisseria. Brunells, a croissant with a prize The trip begins with an anniversary, the one that will Brunells, which reopened in June 2020. A year since its rebirth because with the same name it has sweetened the Born district since 1852. Its new owners set out to give the place a shine again while maintaining the Catalan pastry tradition, such as butter croissants. But fame has been given to him by butter, thanks to winning the best awa...
They did not deny the denier freedom
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They did not deny the denier freedom

Mariano Arriaga, the leading ophthalmologist of the antiquarantine movement Doctors for the truth, was released yesterday by Judge María Chiabrera, after the payment of a bail of 200 thousand pesos and his commitment not to convene anti-vaccine acts or marches again. The other two defendants - a Chaco councilor and a doctor from Mendoza - also went free, with even milder conditions. This is undoubtedly a contrast to the hundreds of police officers involved in the control operation in front of the Monument to the Flag of May 25, led by Chief Emilce Chimenti, who denounced the attacks and spitting that the crowd led by the now released eye doctor gave them. Yesterday the imputative hearing was held for the three people who were delayed after the incidents that occurred on Tuesday, May 25 ...
Protesters burn down the Palace of Justice in the Colombian city of Tuluá
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Protesters burn down the Palace of Justice in the Colombian city of Tuluá

In Cali, in protest of vandalism, thousands of residents joined a walk for peace. Roadblocks continue, exacerbating the economic crisisProtesters call for the blockades and acts of vandalism to end in Cali.EFEThey destroyed bank branches, looted shops and to end another violent day in Tulu, the protesters burned the Palace of Justice and blocked the passage of firefighters. The thriving town, with two hundred thousand inhabitants, is only 41 kilometers from Cali.Precisely in the capital of Valle del Cauca, just a few hours before and in protest of the acts of vandalism that have been the norm since the national strike began on April 28, thousands of inhabitants, dressed in white shirts, joined to a walk for peace. They also called for an end to street and highway blockades in various par...