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The best Spanish wine with Ned Halley

The best Spanish wine with Ned Halley | Spain | Scoop.it
There's good news, at last, from Spain. In spite of its chronic economic woes, one little corner of the country is enjoying a distinct upturn. La Rioja, the north-eastern region that produces...
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Good morning all! I hope you had a great weekend and are ready to start a new week with energy. Here is good news about Spanish Wines from Rioja, if you are a wine lover you'll be interested. All the best. 

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10 Spanish Clothing Brands You Should Know About! | Miss Malini

10 Spanish Clothing Brands You Should Know About! | Miss Malini | Spain | Scoop.it

Madrid happens to be a prime international destination for the fashion conscious.


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¡Vaya Madrid!'s curator insight, February 3, 2013 6:44 AM

How many of the these brands did you know were Spanish?

Michelle Ruiz's curator insight, August 16, 2014 12:56 PM

Hi!! If you like fashion, you should check out these Spanish Fashion Stores. You have Stradivarius, Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti, which are branches of the well known Inditex Group, to which also world wide Zara stores belong too, all these stores focus on a different type of clientele, being Massimo Dutti and Zara the branches that offer the highest quality and design. I personally love Hoss Intropia, which I always visit when I go to Madrid.
The other day walking around 5th Avenue I found a Massimo Dutti, which made me really happy, because it's a fantastic store, their clothes line is yet classical but with a modern twist and the quality of their materials is actually very good. One of my good friends here in the city just told me the other day that she stopped by to buy clothes for her meetings and found a lot of stuff. 

Hope you enjoy this article and that you are having a fantastic Saturday! 

With love, 

Michelle
#espanate #españate #spain #newyork

Michelle Ruiz's curator insight, August 16, 2014 12:57 PM

Hi!! If you like fashion, you should check out these Spanish Fashion Stores. You have Stradivarius, Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti, which are branches of the well known Inditex Group, to which also world wide Zara stores belong too, all these stores focus on a different type of clientele, being Massimo Dutti and Zara the branches that offer the highest quality and design. I personally love Hoss Intropia, which I always visit when I go to Madrid.
The other day walking around 5th Avenue I found a Massimo Dutti, which made me really happy, because it's a fantastic store, their clothes line is yet classical but with a modern twist and the quality of their materials is actually very good. One of my good friends here in the city just told me the other day that she stopped by to buy clothes for her meetings and found a lot of stuff. 

Hope you enjoy this article and that you are having a fantastic Saturday! 

With love, 

Michelle
#espanate #españate #spain #newyork

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10 Spanish Clothing Brands You Should Know About! | Miss Malini

10 Spanish Clothing Brands You Should Know About! | Miss Malini | Spain | Scoop.it

Madrid happens to be a prime international destination for the fashion conscious.


Via ¡Vaya Madrid!
Michelle Ruiz's insight:

Hi!! If you like fashion, you should check out these Spanish Fashion Stores. You have Stradivarius, Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti, which are branches of the well known Inditex Group, to which also world wide Zara stores belong too, all these stores focus on a different type of clientele, being Massimo Dutti and Zara the branches that offer the highest quality and design. I personally love Hoss Intropia, which I always visit when I go to Madrid.
The other day walking around 5th Avenue I found a Massimo Dutti, which made me really happy, because it's a fantastic store, their clothes line is yet classical but with a modern twist and the quality of their materials is actually very good. One of my good friends here in the city just told me the other day that she stopped by to buy clothes for her meetings and found a lot of stuff. 

Hope you enjoy this article and that you are having a fantastic Saturday! 

With love, 

Michelle
#espanate #españate #spain #newyork

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¡Vaya Madrid!'s curator insight, February 3, 2013 6:44 AM

How many of the these brands did you know were Spanish?

Michelle Ruiz's curator insight, August 16, 2014 12:57 PM

Hi!! If you like fashion, you should check out these Spanish Fashion Stores. You have Stradivarius, Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti, which are branches of the well known Inditex Group, to which also world wide Zara stores belong too, all these stores focus on a different type of clientele, being Massimo Dutti and Zara the branches that offer the highest quality and design. I personally love Hoss Intropia, which I always visit when I go to Madrid.
The other day walking around 5th Avenue I found a Massimo Dutti, which made me really happy, because it's a fantastic store, their clothes line is yet classical but with a modern twist and the quality of their materials is actually very good. One of my good friends here in the city just told me the other day that she stopped by to buy clothes for her meetings and found a lot of stuff. 

Hope you enjoy this article and that you are having a fantastic Saturday! 

With love, 

Michelle
#espanate #españate #spain #newyork

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Not all olive oil is the same

Not all olive oil is the same | Spain | Scoop.it

The Phoenicians introduced the olive tree to the Iberian Peninsula in ancient times. The Romans continued to cultivate olives and Olive Oil from the Peninsula was considered of very high quality and was in demand in Rome. The Moors then improved further on the cultivation of olives and oil... http://www.spainbuddy.com/not-all-olive-oil-is-the-same/


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NIce article of the history of Olive Oil! hope you enjoy it guys :)

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Mediterranean Diet

Mediterranean Diet | Spain | Scoop.it
The Mediterranean diet was formally accepted in November by Unesco and is
now on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of
Humanity.

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As they say in this article, the Mediterranean diet is not only about the quality of the food and it's preparation, it's about the cultural meaning that transcends with it, where conversation, relax and friendships take a main part of this cultural and traditional diet. 

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Epicurean Ways's curator insight, December 4, 2013 6:14 PM

The Mediterranean diet is more than food alone. It encompasses conversation, conviviality, growing, processing, preserving food, and other culinary related traditions.

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Spain Is the ‘Next Germany’: Morgan Stanley | CNBC

Spain Is the ‘Next Germany’: Morgan Stanley | CNBC | Spain | Scoop.it
Spain is set to usurp Germany as the strongman of Europe, due to the increasing competitiveness of its exports, say Morgan Stanley analysts.

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Michelle Ruiz's insight:

I have to say this article explains pretty well the situation in Spain, my country has been through a big crisis and recession and is still in a battle that will probably will last for a few more years, but as the analysts say, always good things raise in difficult situations, in this case exporting part of our productions is becoming very popular and hopefully it will keep on growing, I'm very excited about thinking of having more Spanish products distributed to different countries around the world, the quality of the products that come from Spain is excellent! 

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¡Vaya Madrid!'s curator insight, February 14, 2013 4:27 AM

A bold statement coming out of Morgan Stanley. Some might say "idiotic".

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10 Spanish Clothing Brands You Should Know About! | Miss Malini

10 Spanish Clothing Brands You Should Know About! | Miss Malini | Spain | Scoop.it

Madrid happens to be a prime international destination for the fashion conscious.


Via ¡Vaya Madrid!
Michelle Ruiz's insight:

Hi!! If you like fashion, you should check out these Spanish Fashion Stores. You have Stradivarius, Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti, which are branches of the well known Inditex Group, to which also world wide Zara stores belong too, all these stores focus on a different type of clientele, being Massimo Dutti and Zara the branches that offer the highest quality and design. I personally love Hoss Intropia, which I always visit when I go to Madrid.
The other day walking around 5th Avenue I found a Massimo Dutti, which made me really happy, because it's a fantastic store, their clothes line is yet classical but with a modern twist and the quality of their materials is actually very good. One of my good friends here in the city just told me the other day that she stopped by to buy clothes for her meetings and found a lot of stuff. 

Hope you enjoy this article and that you are having a fantastic Saturday! 

With love, 

Michelle
#espanate #españate #spain #newyork

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¡Vaya Madrid!'s curator insight, February 3, 2013 6:44 AM

How many of the these brands did you know were Spanish?

Michelle Ruiz's curator insight, August 16, 2014 12:56 PM

Hi!! If you like fashion, you should check out these Spanish Fashion Stores. You have Stradivarius, Bershka, Pull and Bear and Massimo Dutti, which are branches of the well known Inditex Group, to which also world wide Zara stores belong too, all these stores focus on a different type of clientele, being Massimo Dutti and Zara the branches that offer the highest quality and design. I personally love Hoss Intropia, which I always visit when I go to Madrid.
The other day walking around 5th Avenue I found a Massimo Dutti, which made me really happy, because it's a fantastic store, their clothes line is yet classical but with a modern twist and the quality of their materials is actually very good. One of my good friends here in the city just told me the other day that she stopped by to buy clothes for her meetings and found a lot of stuff. 

Hope you enjoy this article and that you are having a fantastic Saturday! 

With love, 

Michelle
#espanate #españate #spain #newyork

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Spain's best beaches 2014 The Local

Spain's best beaches 2014 The Local | Spain | Scoop.it

“ Spain doesnt exactly have a shortage of beaches: in fact, the most difficult part is often choosing which one youre going to visit. To make the decision just a little easier, The Local has put together a collection of some of the best spots on Spains glorious coastline. Several of these — including the world-beating Playa de Ses Illetes in Formentera — were featured in the recent Trip Advisor list of the countrys best beaches. Others have been chosen for their sheer beauty, or unique character. From secluded rocky coves to seemingly infinite stretches of sand, there is something here for everyone.”


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Hi guys, 

 

I found this short article with beautiful pictures of Spanish beaches, in case you want to check them out! If you ever need information about Spain, let me know, I like people to have the best possible  experience  in my country :)

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The Top 6 Eating Habits of The Spanish | Spanish Food World

The Top 6 Eating Habits of The Spanish | Spanish Food World | Spain | Scoop.it
If cultural observation is one of my favourite sports, then I must admit that there is no better arena than the dining table.

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This article is so true! haha... good morning guys, wishing you all a great week! 

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Spain, Germany and France lead organic wine awards

Spain, Germany and France lead organic wine awards | Spain | Scoop.it
NUREMBERG, Germany, Feb 15 — Spain has emerged as the leader in the world’s largest competition for organic wine, winning 50 medals, followed by Germany and France.
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Spain is the leader in Organic Wines winning 50 medals!

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