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The best Castilian steakhouses: suckling pig or suckling pig?
Asados ​​Nazareno, timeless classics: succulent simplicity © Asados ​​Nazareno ASADOR LAS CUBAS It is the prototype of the Spanish inn, in which it seems that time has stopped. Hard wooden furniture such as the character of the staff, which although sullen by nature, strives to be friendly. The best of the offer - without doing anything else - is the suckling pig, which they manage to give a splendid crunch on the foot, while the interior remains juicy.

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Museum of the East
Museum of the East

This museum, belonging to the Foundation of the East, is housed in an old warehouse of the Comissio Reguladora do Comércio do Bacalhau. It relives the past of Portugal as a link between Europe and Asia with a permanent exhibition regarding the presence of the Portuguese country in the East. The space, which covers more than 1.

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11 reasons to buy a ticket to New York before the end of the year
11 reasons to buy a ticket to New York before the end of the year

1. MAKE A SELFIE IN THE PERK CENTRAL SOFA For this you have to run and buy the ticket now. The Friends coffee replica will only be open until October 18. In addition, you have to be patient: as planned, you have to wait about an hour in line to enter, have a coffee, take your picture and take a look at the memorabilia they have brought.

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This street in Barcelona is the one we would all want in our neighborhood
This street in Barcelona is the one we would all want in our neighborhood

See "10" photos "Secrets of Barcelona to inspire a creative traveler" Carrer Verdi or the Barcelona we would want in each city © Alamy Without franchises, your business depends on a creative business and with another way of understanding consumption. From handmade pieces to natural vermouths, Verdi is the heart of the Barcelona neighborhood of Gràcia.

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Six whims for stylish people in Flanders and Brussels
Six whims for stylish people in Flanders and Brussels

ART NOUVEAU VOUYERISM IN BRUSSELS This October, the city where Art Nouveau is almost a religion turns over with its most remarkable architectural current. During its weekends a biennial dedicated to this movement is celebrated, or what is the same, an excuse with which to democratize a style that, in many neighborhoods and homes, remains a private luxury.

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The travels of Quim Gutierrez in six questions
The travels of Quim Gutierrez in six questions

We search among the negatives of Quim Guitérrez until we find the positive test of two of his passions: travel and photography. In the September issue of Condé Nast Traveler you will find his private album, photographs in analog format but, until you go down to the kiosk, here goes a traveler snack in six questions, which add to the other six that we already advanced a week ago.

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48 hours 'walking' in Los Angeles
48 hours 'walking' in Los Angeles

DAY ONE The first recommendation in Los Angeles begins before arriving. It is essential to think about logistics, how to move from one place to another is as important as choosing the restaurant where you can enjoy a good meal. But let's think before where to stay. I recommend the Pali Hotel, in Melrose. Central, well connected, good price.

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The last artisans of Paris
The last artisans of Paris
See "10" photos "An unforgettable walk through the windows of Paris" The last artisans of Paris continue to keep their savoir-faire intact © Getty Images In the 19th century Paris was the epicenter of European crafts. Today, the French capital fights to preserve its Parisian savoir-faire and the Made in Paris label.
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A redoubt for contemporary art in Ibiza
A redoubt for contemporary art in Ibiza
Parra & Romero | Ibiza Opening June 2, 2017. Courtesy of Parra & Romero © Roberto Ruiz There is definitely another Ibiza. And this does not mean that we have anything against the paradise of coves, endless nights and port snobbery. But it is comforting to know that there are still things to discover, that our preconceived ideas admit nuances and, above all, that there are plots dedicated to art and culture even in the middle of one of the best-known redoubts for hedonism and superficiality in the world.
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Why travel is the only "bikini operation" you need
Why travel is the only "bikini operation" you need
1. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE TRIP TO IMPROVE YOUR HABITS We can, for example, take advantage of vacations to change our eating patterns towards healthier ones. "If you want to lose weight, a trip can help modify eating habits, since it is a certain parenthesis or change in the life of the person who can motivate you - although it is not usual -), explains the teacher of Nutrition of the University CEU San Pablo, María Achón y Tuñón.
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The Tokyoiter, the most beautiful non-magazine in the world
The Tokyoiter, the most beautiful non-magazine in the world
A tribute to Tokyo and The New Yorker. © Fern Choonet, Alessandro Bioletti, Aiko Sogo (THE TOKYOITER) Any journalism student and / or any pedant can argue why the almost centenary The New Yorker is one of the most emblematic magazines in the world: Capote, Cheever, Dahl, Munro, Murakami, Nabokov or Salinger preferred to publish in their pages rather than in ANY other medium.
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Molón Museum: the cinema and the sky of Turin
Molón Museum: the cinema and the sky of Turin
As much as it is tried to avoid it, the tourist mojo in Turin that returns crazy to all the visitors is the Mole Antonelliana. There it is, planted as if nothing, peeking behind the corners, in the arches of the bare arcades or above the churches. It is a strange beacon of curious attraction that is easily satiated looking at the sky, allowing itself to be guided by the unique needle that crowns it wandering through the city and reaching its door.
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Gastronomic route along the A-6: stop and fonda in its best restaurants
Gastronomic route along the A-6: stop and fonda in its best restaurants
A gastroplacentera guide to travel the A6 like never before © Alamy The A-6, the one that we travel through Galicians, Asturians and Castilians to get closer to Madrid, which Madrid people use to flee the heat to the north in summer or when they are looking for a quiet escape in The northwest is an endless succession of service areas, food houses - better ones, worse ones - in which to try your luck during the tour and infinite fields, the same for everyone, between Madrid and Benavente.
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