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Friday Feature Photo: The Card Sharks of Madrid

written by Gabriella Opaz | 11th March 2016

Photographer: Adam Jason Moore Capture Date: June 12, 2013 Location: Madrid, Spain About: Despite their slow methodical approach, and deep-inset wrinkles, you won’t find more sly or wily players on this side of the Peninsula. Card games have long been enjoyed as a Spanish past time, and will often consist of: Loba, Botifarra, Chinchon, and the ever-so-popular, Mus. If you’ve never played, simply gift...

Top 10 Reasons Why Madrid is the Best Place to be Single 

written by Melissa Leighty | 23rd September 2015

Being single can be a blessing, or a curse, depending on what you’re looking for. Over the years, I’ve found it mostly liberating and occasionally frustrating, like the day you’re nixed from the Valentine’s couples-only discount at the Collisseum, because you’re a lonely party of one. Suddenly you envision an enormous arrow over your head with blinking red lights screaming “Single!”, while...
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A Foodie’s Guide to Learning Spanish in Spain

written by Melissa Leighty | 25th August 2015

Spanish may not be the language of love, but investing the time to pick it up is certainly a labor of love. It is a commitment to learning both the language and the culture where it’s spoken, and while it’s not always easy, it’s nevertheless one of the most rewarding experiences I know. In my opinion, there’s no better...

Madrid: Which Wineries You Can Visit By Train?

written by Guest Blogger | 14th July 2015

Madrid is not only an incredible city for gastronomy, architecture and music, it’s also a brilliant base for day trips to vineyards! Hard to imagine, right?! But what most people don’t know is that Madrid is just a few hours from stunning country! Simply by jumping on the train or city bus, you can be lounging among the lush vines, sipping...

Your Essential Guide on Riding the Train in Spain

written by Melissa Leighty | 25th June 2015

I woke up early in the morning, when the sun was just peeking through the industrial blue curtains framing the small window at my head. It took me a moment to place myself, since it’s not often I awake to that gentle, reassuring sway that makes traveling by train such a pleasure for me. I was on the top...

Spanish Nightlife: 10 tips on how to have the most fun

written by Melissa Leighty | 15th April 2015

If I knew then what I know now, I would have saved myself a lot of trouble. These are the words of an expatriate and those of a traveler. They are the words that I utter after every trip gone awry and also after those that went off, mostly, without a hitch. Yet, it’s also something that I think...
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