Seville Classics

23 Apr 19

so, the last time i posted on my blog – was a couple of years ago and it was a Tuesday, and i was home. well here we are again, folks. it is Tuesday, 23rd April 2019. and I am home, yet again. this time, however, i am not studying for an exam (i am now […]

22 Apr 19
Read Her Like an Open Book

Mary Morris’s new book, Gateway to the Moon, weaves together the contemporary story of Miguel Torres, a young man desperately trying to escape an impoverished New Mexico town, with the tales of his ancestors’ long journey from Spain. Tracing back to the expulsion of Jews and Muslims in 1492, this novel tells the story of the Jews […]

21 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Editorial note: travel information must be sent by e-mail to vcarey @ delcotimes by noon Thursday. We do not accept faxes or paper copies. All journeys appear online. Printing is based on an available space. Thank you. The Chester Senior Center: has scheduled next day and night trips for 2019. Harrington Casino & Raceway – […]

20 Apr 19

We’re very lucky here on the south coast to have a multitude of options when it comes to days out, or weekends away. We live just outside the new forest & 45 minutes up the road is Gunwharf Quays. To call it just an outlet shopping centre doesn’t do it justice. Yes it boasts more […]

18 Apr 19
Atomic Redhead

Sunset Boulevard is synonymous with Hollywood. It’s home to a plethora of iconic buildings and linked to many legendary people. One such building is Crossroads of the World, a bizarre little 1930s shopping center turned office complex that looks like something out of a Disney theme park, with a steamship style building “sailing” past storefronts […]

16 Apr 19
An Angry Hum

I’m drawn to the ocean. Everything about it draws me in. It seems like freedom, and discovery. I love it. So of course I can’t be a in country like Spain and not see the ocean. And the Mediterranean? I can’t pass that up. The idea of “The Southern Coast of Spain on the Mediterranean” […]

15 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

The Hillsborough disaster of 1989 shook English football in its entirety, as perhaps no single event before or after. In addition to some long overdue modernization obligations, the abolition of the grandstands was a direct consequence. For years she has split England's football world. Thirty years later, she is still under scrutiny.This article has already […]

15 Apr 19
Into the Clarities

The first half of our treatment on Ullmann can be found here, and the prelude to this two-part series can be found here (and the forerunner to the prelude [!] is here); in the six (a through e; 2a is here) parts of this second post, we’ll cover the way that his students, admirers and critics […]

15 Apr 19
Out of Town Blog

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Helsinki, Finland When visiting Helsinki, the capital of Finland, located on the Gulf of Finland, you’ll have the pleasure of experiencing a major European capital, in fact, the northernmost of the EU states, without any buildings higher than 100m to obstruct your view. Hurry though, because it won’t last long. […]

14 Apr 19
My inspiring blog 4825

Perhaps I would make a great pilgrim. We were came back to Berchtesgaden about 5: forty five and back at hotel simply by 6: 00 pm. About seven: 30 we walked up to the aged town and saw the old Marktbrunnen, the Marktplatz including two lederhosen shoppes, and stopped at the Gasthaus Watzmann for dinner […]

14 Apr 19
Olympic Styles

[ad_1] Last updated: 14 April, 09:40 CET Kimutai breaks course record Kenya’s Andrew Ben Kimutai registered a convincing victory as he broke the course record at the Dongfeng Renault Wuhan Marathon, an IAAF Bronze Label road race, on Sunday (14). The 29-year-old Kimutai built a comfortable lead after 28 kilometres and crossed the […]

14 Apr 19

“He was born in Seville, an interesting city, famous for oranges and women — people who have never seen the city is really pitiful.” — Opera: Don Juan

Only if you go to seville will you know that it is true.

13 Apr 19
Damon’s Getaways

We’ve listed Wine Folly’s top 10 wine producing countries in the world, the wine grapes they grow and the wine regions that have made the 2019 top ten list of Wine Pair and Forbes. The top 3 wine producing countries known for their wine regions are France, Italy, and Spain. They produce almost half of […]

12 Apr 19
Olympic Styles

[ad_1] Two-time Schneider Electric Paris Marathon winner Paul Lonyangata will seek a record third consecutive victory at the IAAF Gold Label road race on Sunday (14). The 26-year-old Kenyan set his lifetime best of 2:06:10 when winning in the French capital two years ago. He came close to that mark last year when he […]