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Restaurant of the week: Atrium, an oasis of good taste in medieval Cáceres
The dream of two brave © Atrio Toño and José. José and Toño. The story of Atrio is almost the story of a miracle of hospitality in Spain. An oasis of good taste and excellence in medieval Cáceres. A unique place, so rabidly contemporary and modern that almost nobody understood it when it was unveiled there by 2010.

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What has a madrileño lost in a hotel in Madrid? Bastard arrives
What has a madrileño lost in a hotel in Madrid? Bastard arrives

Do we have a beer in an illegitimate hotel? Yes, yes, yes and yes! © Bastardo It has been a murmur in Madrid for days. A new tenant has come to the city stomping and his revolutionary character is on everyone's lips, we talk about Bastardo Hostel. If you are not lucky enough to meet him yet, it is a space, between Malasaña and Chueca, that does not understand labels: it is neither a hotel nor a hostel nor a cultural center nor a bar nor a cinema nor a restaurant.

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Amman, the Jordanian fashion studio
Amman, the Jordanian fashion studio

A revolution of needles and patterns has seated a chair in Amman, creating in the streets of the Jordanian capital a circuit of boutiques and multi-brand stores that supply the city with the best of national and international fashion. A small Paris in the Abdoun neighborhood, full of ateliers carried by women who have known how to hunt a flight and have reinvented design and luxury in this part of the globe, in a world directed and oriented to the cosmopolitan Jordanian youth.

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Kallio, the neighborhood you should spend a day in Helsinki
Kallio, the neighborhood you should spend a day in Helsinki

Enter Kallio and let yourself be carried away by its overflowing creativity © Rupla / Forest Within City Everything can change with a single gesture, we said. Dare to cross Pitkäsilta, the "Long Bridge", 75 meters that once separated two ways of life: the business of the center and the workers of the north; that of the wealthiest and most disappointed neighbors; the voters of the right and the left.

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New York's most instagrammable facilities
New York's most instagrammable facilities

The most instagramable installations in New York © Photo by Andre Benz on Unsplash SNARK PARK. Until September. One of the most recent premieres in New York is this room that hides on the second floor of the shopping center of the new Hudson Yards neighborhood. Snark Park is a permanent artistic and visual space although its content is renewed every season.

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What to do in Paris according to the day of the week
What to do in Paris according to the day of the week

What to do in Paris according to the day of the week © Getty Images MONDAY The semaine begins at Le 66, a beautiful country house in the middle of Paris; without a doubt the most endearing B&B in the city. Located in a discreet maison of the early eighteenth century, it is a resting place that masterfully blends design and antiques keeping the magical spirit of yesteryear, in a careful decline.

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Gibraltar: a visit to 'The Rock'
Gibraltar: a visit to 'The Rock'

What you don't know about "La Roca", is that it will surprise you ... and a lot © iStock An authentically Spanglish dialect, own currency, one of the most peculiar airports in the world, monkeys living in freedom and endless secrets hidden in their less than 7 square kilometers. This is 'La Roca', this little piece of land where 30 live together.

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The El Capricho bunker reopens its doors
The El Capricho bunker reopens its doors
The El Capricho bunker opens its doors again © Alamy El Capricho Park hides much more than trees, bucolic corners and romantic monuments, and from April 26, discovering it will be possible. Strolling through the bowels of your bunker, which reopens its doors to the public, is immersing yourself fully in the history of Spain.
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Why shouldn't we take pictures like these never again?
Why shouldn't we take pictures like these never again?
Such a photo does make sense, it instills respect for the place and memory © Albert Laurence / Unsplash After the launch of the HBO Chernobyl series, visits to the site have increased considerably, and with them, the images of what remained After the devastating disaster. However, in the era of Instagram, there is a thin line that should not be crossed when using our smartphone's camera in certain places.
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Five novelties in Madrid to take off your hat
Five novelties in Madrid to take off your hat
1. HAT BAR MADRID It is the tapas bar and restaurant of the city's best-known hat designers, Mabel Sanz and Fatima de Burnay. Among delicate headdresses, panama hats and pamelas with large glasses and wings, you can have tasty snacks and great cocktails. We have become accustomed to bars / bookstores, restaurants / exhibition halls, restaurants / hairdressers or vice versa.
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The Once Canalla: cabaret, pop and a soriana getaway
The Once Canalla: cabaret, pop and a soriana getaway
1. In bed: The Simpsons and philosophy. Eighteen essays that celebrate in 415 pages the crosses between the characters of the mythical series and the history of philosophy. The authors are university professors from the United States and Canada, get ready for a master class of intelligence, sneer and many anecdotes dedicated to satisfying geek fans.
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Art nouveau pools: art, bathroom and proportional postureo
Art nouveau pools: art, bathroom and proportional postureo
La Piscine Roubaix Its reopening has been one of the news that has brought more joy to the gray north of France in recent decades. Roubaix, known for the cycling race, has a less universal tourist attraction in the form of a museum of art and industry. The matter would have nothing in particular if it were not because it is in an old pool built in 1932, within a program of democratization of public services.
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