Living in Tetuán neighborhood in Madrid – pros and cons

What’s it like living in Tetuán? Good question. The answer: Not bad at all, actually. For those who don’t know, Tetuán is a district in the north of

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Street Art in Madrid – best artists and upcoming graffiti festivals

There’s a lot of great street art in Madrid. And I’m no expert, so when I met Javier at a recent meeting of the prestigious Madrid Blogger Network,

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The truth about living in Madrid – more pros and cons from Spain’s vibrant capital

Are you ready for the truth about living in Madrid? Several weeks ago I published an article about some of the pros and cons of living in this

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Christmas in Madrid – top 4 ways to celebrate the holidays

Looking for the best ways to celebrate Christmas in Madrid? Well, you’re in the right place. The holiday season can be a lot of fun here in Madrid

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Cost of Living in Madrid – prices for the basic necessities in 2019

What’s the cost of living in Madrid like? I’m going to attempt to answer that question here. It’s kind of a long story, so please remember… Your personal

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Is Usera neighborhood the next Lavapiés?

Have you ever been to the Usera neighborhood south of the river? It just might be Madrid’s next hot spot. With that in mind, I’ve got another guest

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Organic Supermarket in Madrid – Bio c’ Bon for all things delicious and healthy

Looking for an organic supermarket in Madrid? I’ve got one for you… Just down the street from me in the romantic Tetuán neighborhood, on Calle Orense, is Bio

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The Decline of Typical Spanish Bars – is it really a bad thing?

Those typical Spanish bars… You know the ones I mean. The ones where you can go for a beer and a sandwich at 10 AM and no-one will

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Best hamburgers in Madrid? New York Burger and American barbecue…

I guess this could be controversial… But I think New York Burger has the best hamburgers in Madrid. I know, I know. The burger craze has exploded in

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Adventures without running water in Madrid – Spain is different

I wake up in a pool of sweat. Wet. Sticky. “Disgusting” would be putting it nicely. The sun’s first rays are blasting in through the window next to

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