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Drink in Madrid

Drink in Madrid

By JudithKlinger | July 4, 2018

There are wine bars everywhere. Spanish wine is very good. White. Rose. Red. All good. Trust your waiter. Drink the house wine. Craft beer is everywhere. The bottled water isn’t salty like it is in Barcelona. But you’re here to drink vermut. Also known as vermouth and elixir of the gods. It comes on tap…

Do Stuff in Madrid

Do Stuff in Madrid

By JudithKlinger | July 4, 2018

Walk. Walk a lot. Look up. Marvel at the buildings. Antigua Casa Crespo, The Espadrille Store: It looked closed forever when we were there, but Google says its still open. Allegedly the oldest espadrille store in Madrid.  **Update: It IS open. Push thru what looks like a window, which is really a door, and you…

Sleep in Madrid

By JudithKlinger | July 4, 2018

Tons of hotels, air bnbs…all that you would expect from a major European city. We stayed at the Hostal Central Palace Madrid when we booked a place to sleep in Madrid. Don’t let the word “Hostal” throw you – this isn’t your backpacker’s hostel by any means.  The hotel is discreetly set into a grand…

Eat in Madrid

Eat in Madrid

By JudithKlinger | July 4, 2018

In General: Slow down your day. Dinner is late, kicking into gear around 21:00 (9:00 pm). Most restaurants seem to shut down around midnight. Breakfast is also late: God forbid you want a coffee at 7:30 or 8:00.  Coffee is not my style at all….Americano style (i.e. weak and thin) with hot milk. Churros (fried, extruded…

What in the World-Eats??

By JudithKlinger | January 19, 2015

Why so quiet on Aroma Cucina? We’re celebrating because we’ve been nursing a new baby: World-Eats!

What is this World-Eats anyway?

From food policy and advocacy, to food art, to living la vida local, World-Eats seeks out the best intel on the planet and we share it with you. World-Eats is your food and drink hub. It’s about connecting and communicating. And maybe about world peace. Or world peach, but only if it’s in season.We are a startup non-profit org that wants food-centric people to share and we’re working on ways to make that happen.

Paris

We’ll Always Have Paris

By JudithKlinger | October 23, 2014

Revisiting an old love can be dangerous. You want the object of your love to be the same as when you last saw her, but you know that isn’t possible. More than ten years have passed since we’ve been to Paris, and the Paris we loved has changed.