Tag: tapas

  • Maltby Street Market, London

    written by neja on 2013-02-18 #places
    Maltby Street Market, London

    What started a few years ago as an escape from Borough Market's high rent prices has become London's funkiest street food market. Hungry or not, you will definitely find something to enjoy here in Maltby Street Market.

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  • I Love Watching People Doing Their Work

    written by bloomchen on 2012-02-07
    I Love Watching People Doing Their Work

    I claim: you can´t get more authenticity than with people at work! I guess a lot of poeple can´t think of stepping into a store,bakery, coiffeur or whatever, take out their camera and ask if they can take a few pictures. But you being an (silent) observer ensures you getting authenticity and you decide the moment which is worth being captured - not the right facial expression you need to quick pull the trigger.

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  • Pontevedra: the Best Kept Secret in Galicia

    written by basho on 2011-02-07 #places
    Pontevedra: the Best Kept Secret in Galicia

    Okay, I’ll admit that small provincial towns are bourgeois, small-minded, and oppressive. And my hometown Pontevedra is, of course, no exception...or is it?

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  • Feria de la Tapa: Valencia' s Tapas Festival

    written by neja on 2011-12-05 #places
    Feria de la Tapa: Valencia' s Tapas Festival

    A festive feast for all tastes. It was our last day in Valencia, so what better thing to do than visit Valencia's Tapas Festival?

  • El Cabanyal: A Former Fishermen's Quarter in Valencia, Spain

    written by neja on 2012-09-05 #places
    El Cabanyal: A Former Fishermen's Quarter in Valencia, Spain

    First there was a fishermen's village, then there was a spa, and now I say, 'enough is enough, let's declare this place a national heritage site!' Valencia has developed into one of Spain's coolest cities but some of the old areas are under constant threat.

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  • Georgetown

    written by vtayeh on 2009-10-22 #places
    Georgetown

    Great Food and Shopping

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  • Triana (Sevilla)

    written by kvboyle on 2008-09-29 #places
    Triana (Sevilla)

    Across the Guadalquivir from the old heart of Sevilla is Triana, the barrio of the city known for flamenco and for being a great place for a tapa and a glass of manzanilla. The streets closest to the river are impossibly narrow, with houses whitewashed and hung with pots of geraniums, or painted in the distinctive red paint of the city.

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