Here‘s a cheeky hybrid of actual and virtual tourism: the guide hasn’t been to all of the places advertised here at 100€ per person per day, and he hasn’t visited some for a decade, so instead of conducting costly research he learns them from Google Streetview. Which, for all I know, may work perfectly well for the company concerned. I imagine some tutors must have bluffed their way through the Grand Tour in this fashion, although I can’t imagine that they felt terribly comfortable.
- Physically impossible entry
No 31 in this New York Times collection of strange street signs. My impression is that the Chinese are ahead, but it
“Falangism is Syndicalism!”
- Invasion of the feet
A bouncer was standing outside a club when suddenly a horde of feet poured down the street and began squealing, “Let
- Animals in mediaeval visions of the hereafter
In the Middle Ages anyone of any commercial talent (and his/her mum) had visions and stored some human bones in the
- Biblioteca Virtual de la Filología Española
Why I’ll probably be sticking with the Biblioteca Virtual del Señor Licenciado Pero Pérez.