Bodegas Ricla, a tiny bar just moments from Madrid’s famed square, the Plaza Mayor, is known for its vermut en grifo ... snack with a glass or two of red vermouth) has been part of Spain’s social and gastronomical scene for many decades, it largely.
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Pressure has been building on Mayor Ana Botella from hotel and shop owners ... The strike was another example of how hard it is for Spain to get out of its long economic crisis. Many Spanish cities, like Madrid, are in debt and have outsourced services.
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To say that Spain is a popular ... and regal Hapsburg-era Plaza Mayor, which celebrates its 400th birthday this year, and the shop-and-cafe-lined Puerta del Sol a few blocks away. Puerta del Sol is home to the symbol of Madrid -- an enormous statue of.
The Fiestas of May 2, commemorating the city's failed uprising against Napoleon in 1808, run from April 27 to May 2, featuring street parties and concerts around the city, particularly in the Plaza Mayor ... of Madrid, in the Puerta del Sol, is the Hotel.
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I'm sitting in the Plaza Mayor, the famous square in the ... for its top quality seafood for centuries. Madrid's Catholic gentry had to eat fish on Fridays, so every week, the very best seafood from Spain's fishing ports would be rushed to the centre.