Judge for yourselves. It says both, I’d go with the former (and offer a third of the price), but the latter has become popular among professional vendors of C20th properties in styles unrelated to art nouveau or anything. This is analogous to the use of “de los moros” etc to describe hilltop ruins, including an optical telegraph tower built down the coast during the first Carlist war.
- Cool Eroski-Caprabo scam
“Buy one, get another cheaper” ain’t what it seems.
- Hear ye not the hummus?
I’m intrigued by this excerpt from a discussion of The Arab-Israeli Cookbook, a new play by Robin Soans (who apparently also
- The Germans agree to save the euro – but no one’s told them yet
Sequel: The Hollande et al > Telegraph “scoop” ran well in the British and Spanish press, but doesn’t figure in Germany,
- In an OCR + MT experiment, Quest Visual Word Lens says that Grilled Sausages -> A LA PARILLA SALCHICHAS
One of the more interesting developments at the guided tours business over the past few years has been an increase in
- More on “foetus butcher Ramón Tanda”
… over at SpainMedia.com. The story was broken yesterday by the Sunday Telegraph, but John Barrass has come up with more,