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Oysters Pedrín, reinventing the neighborhood seafood restaurant
Oysters, Pedrín, what a bar! © Oysters Pedrín Very few people go around saying “Oysters, Pedrín!”, But even if we don't say it, we know it's an exclamation of surprise. A phrase born from the cartoons of Roberto Alcázar and Pedrín in the 40s, a beautiful expression to show that what we see is something unexpected.

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The tile route in Lisbon
The tile route in Lisbon

Lisbon, capital of the tile © Alamy The tile is an art that was inaugurated in the 15th century, when Christian potters adopt an old Islamic art technique (the zuleiq), and it will continue uninterruptedly throughout the ages. We have toured the World Tile City to discover historic panels full of unique stories, walls lined with contemporary art, centuries-old shops where you can buy the beautiful glazed ceramic tiles.

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Delhi for beginners: basic survival manual
Delhi for beginners: basic survival manual

Make sure you spend at least one day in Delhi © Getty Images There are people who land in Delhi to immediately leave Delhi, and this is the first mistake they make when they arrive in India. Because, while it is true that it is not a city for everyone, it is a city like few in the world. Soaked in history, but brimming with modern life, the colorful Delhi is one of the most curious, crazy and addictive destinations in India.

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Hello Kitty Grand Cafe lands in California -and we die of cat-love-
Hello Kitty Grand Cafe lands in California -and we die of cat-love-

Teleport to California please! © Jakob Layman / Sanrio Puss in Boots, Cheshire, Garfield, Wildcat, Doraemon, Isidoro, Felix, Salem (Sabrina's), Snowball I and Snowball II (of the Sipmson), Choupette ( Karl Lagerfeld), Lucifer (Cinderella's stepmother), Master Karin (from Dragon Ball), Crookshanks (Hermione's), the Aristocats ... There are cats whose success often exceeds that of their own owners - those who They have- but the most adorable, cuqui and squeezable of all is, without a doubt, Hello Kitty.

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Times Square Edition, the square that never sleeps opens the hotel
Times Square Edition, the square that never sleeps opens the hotel

Its rooms are one of those that create the need to spend time at the hotel © Nikolas Koenig The confluence of Broadway with Seventh Avenue forms a kind of triangle through which millions of people walk every day without rest. The confluence of Broadway with Seventh Avenue is called Times Square and it has a new boy, the Times Square Edition hotel.

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SuiteSurfing III: a hotel without a closet in London
SuiteSurfing III: a hotel without a closet in London

"I really, but really, do we need a two-meter closet when we're going to spend a weekend in London?" Do we all wear long dresses, seven American, ten pairs of shoes and lingerie to fill four drawers? Are we sheikhs or Lapo Elkann? The answer is a capital “NO”.

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The best Chinese restaurants in Madrid (according to a Chinese palate)
The best Chinese restaurants in Madrid (according to a Chinese palate)

I'm chinese. One of the many Chinese who came to Spain to study from the beginning of the crisis. During these six years that I have been in Madrid, in the Chinese restaurant sector there have been as many changes as those of my own life in Spain. Before, I had to search the Internet (or ask those who have been living here for years) the best restaurant; Now, I head to my favorite places, those of typical Chinese cuisine really.

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The Once Canalla: Chicago, Mexico, Madrid ... and the end of the world
The Once Canalla: Chicago, Mexico, Madrid ... and the end of the world
1. In bed: 'Picasso and his women', Antonio D. Olano. Muses, right hands (and sometimes also left), groupies ... we love women who, in one way or another, have influenced the life and work of artists. Come on, we are crazy spying on the peephole. The artist from Malaga could be defined as a casanova of Cubism; Thanks to the good relationship of the author of the book with Picasso, today we can enter the sheets of Malaga, as he says.
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The Once Canalla: between FITUR and the getaway
The Once Canalla: between FITUR and the getaway
1. In bed: Distant star. Roberto Bolaño. Chile, without blunt. Bolaño, Arturo Belano in the novel, tells the story of Alberto Ruiz-Tagle, a character from that Chilean literary world, dark, of bars and bars, who after the coup of the dictator Pinochet decides to become more than combative with the word, initiating a movement of revolutionary poetry.
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Love at the foot of the track in Baqueira Beret
Love at the foot of the track in Baqueira Beret
The best views of winter © La Pleta With good snow, modern hotel and a little nightlife, we have the perfect winter destination. It is not necessary to know how to ski to fall in love with a mountain hotel, much less to stay in one. What's more, sometimes you can even thank yourself for not only being able to enjoy all the benefits that these charismatic hotels have reserved for their guests.
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Put on your boots, literally and metaphorically speaking
Put on your boots, literally and metaphorically speaking
Take out the nomad that you carry inside with these experiences. © Getty Images It is no longer stipulated to sit 'at a table set' in a restaurant to use. The Nordic kitchen does not stop reminding us that if we are again collectors, in addition to creating a lower impact on the environment, we will lead a healthier and more balanced life.
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