TAPAS IN SAN SEBASTIAN Speak to many about San Sebastian and one of the first things that comes up is the food. Great, creative, mouth-watering
Menorca suffers from something called Spanish Myth Syndrome: the unshakable viewpoint held by millions back home that there’s nothing more
The Stories the Stones Tell in Menorca No, not the Rolling Stones. The still stones. The ones that, by all accounts, should be gathering moss
Menorca threw several surprises my way last week. Wild flowers, for one, with fields flush with poppies, violets and periwinkles all dancing
It’s not every day that a quiet walk through hot narrow streets leaves you tumbling into your own Alice in Wonderland world. With giant
Mention driving in Spain to someone and I’ll often start to see the whites of their eyes. And while the big cities can get the pulse racing,
I love the medieval city of Girona, although a city this size scarcely seems large enough to be a city at all. I love the way its cathedral rises
People never believe me, but it’s not always sunny in Spain. Even in Seville, Europe’s hottest city, winters are COLD, COLD, COLD.
“I’m not a cook. I’m a fixer man.” It’s a striking opening line from anyone, but coming from Fabián Martín, it sounds particularly
For years, the British weather thwarted my dream of floating above the earth in a hot air balloon. Today,
he Hospes Palacio de los Patos, a luxury hotel in Granada, has a story. Maybe even a story and a half. Built in 1890 or so, as a grand expression
Ferran Adria, head chef at the world’s best restaurant, talks about women, words and how bloggers are changing gastronomy.
Take one city that oozes with medieval charm and Mediterranean style, throw in hundreds of thousands of petals and then let creativity run wild.
A slightly sweet, slightly sour scent of apples lingers in the squares of Oviedo in
Months ago, I wrote about the golden padlocks locked to the Isabel II Bridge in Seville. Then I spotted the same tradition in Paris, on the Pont