Archive for March, 2012
Posted on28. Mar, 2012 by Mark.
Laws, legislations, regulations. The time has come in Berlin. That is not to say that it’s not one of the most exciting places to be in Europe right now, but there are five ‘Berlin’ things you have to do before it’s too late. Party from dusk ’til dawn at Mauerpark – from 1st of April, [...]
Posted on19. Mar, 2012 by Mark.
Did you pack your suit but have nowhere to go? Until March 25, you can still catch Madrid Restaurant Week. World-famous chefs in 55 of Madrid’s finest restaurants fix you up a meal for €25 euros, one of which goes to charity, allowing you to dine like a prince on a budget less-regal. http://www.saboresyconsumidores.com/nm_quemsomos.php?id=112
Posted on18. Mar, 2012 by Mark.
The cafés and bars along the Nyhavn, (New Harbor), in Copenhagen are starting to put out their tables and chairs, which can only mean that Spring is well and truly on its way. Rumour has it, a couple of guides even went for a dip!
Posted on16. Mar, 2012 by Mark.
Everyone thinks they’re a bit of laugh but does anybody else agree? Sebastian Marx takes to the stage with a one-hour set about being an ex-pat in Paris, giving you time to pick up some tips for the English-speaking open-mic night from 9.30pm onwards.
Posted on15. Mar, 2012 by Mark.
The Macaron, (some call them Macaroon), is as much as symbol of Parisian extravagance as haute couture, châteaus and Champagne and perhaps next Tuesday 20th March is the day to finally try one of these sweet meringue-based treats. Because Tuesday 20th March 2012 is the Day of the Macaron, le Jour du Macaron, and a [...]