On the day that it was reported that the co-author of a book on how to survive the bull run has been gored by a bull at the very same Pamplona bull run, we bring you images that may persuade you that any running with bulls will be bad for your health.
with rain predicted for resorts like Benidorm and Denia. Mark Ryan, 26, from Brighton, who had taken advantage of the Bank Holiday break to fly to the Costa del Sol to see friends, said: "The last thing I had thought of packing for Spain in August was an.
At night, try an Agua de Valencia (cava, vodka and orange juice), while the glow from nearby-resort Denia lights up the night ... Once upon a time, Anfi del Mar was only well-known to the rest of Spain for its timeshare resort and, perhaps, its beach.
The next morning, Spain’s chefs will wake up to a radically changed universe ... Paco Morales, the young chef at the nearby Hotel Ferrero, takes a shimmering, jellied tomato water and scatters it with local herbs and shavings of raw vegetables.
It is just a short trip across the city to experience the Peninsula Hotel’s cuisine which has been the pinnacle of culinary excellence for over 85 years, forging its legendary reputation as the ultimate gastronomic destination. Experience traditional.
More damaging still for Mr Uribe (pictured left) is the case of Jorge Noguera, a young campaign organiser put ... He is self-taught (he practises by reading The Economist aloud), and he has diligently acquired a wide vocabulary. He speaks slowly and.
it doesn’t get much more romantic than La Posada del Mar (00 34 966 432 966; www.laposadadelmar.com), overlooking the harbour in Denia, where doubles start at €150 (£139) including cava, strawberries and roses. To eat in the hotel’s own restaurant.
Where on earth? A two-hour plane ride from London, Valencia is nestled halfway south on the east coast of Spain. It may be the third largest Spanish city, but it feels relaxed and safe compared to busy big sis' Barcelona and Madrid. Temperatures are so.