And why not? The taxi has far, far greater claims than beautiful but culturally insignificant places like Úbeda. But would drivers stump up the bribes required by UNESCO officials?
- Corpus del patrimoni culinari català
What, no pepper?
- “Catalan on the road to extinction”
More panic-mongering from the linguacrats: Carme Junyent, director of the low-activity Group for the Study of Threatened Languages at Barcelona University
- Postage stamp scam
Bitter tears from the greedy idiots who bought–or thought they’d bought–unregulated investments–stamps–in the expectation of becoming fabulously rich instantly. And a
- French lessons: Grannie on her bike rides across the pool
Boby Lapointe, an obsessive, deranged comic genius who seems to have drunk himself to death aged 50, points to one of
- Columbus probably Caucasian, possibly Catalan
From the Discovery Channel summary it looks like they have had the sense not to haul in local nutcase Jordi Bilbeny
I think it refers to Ubeda, the town, not taxis there. https://www.google.com/search?q=ubeda+patrimonio+humanidad
Taxi drivers, yes. Bus drivers, no. Stage drivers?
Recently, most Tarragona cabs I saw were advertising a brothel in Cambrils. That’s real human cultural heritage.
Universal. Walk out of the AVE station in Valencia and the first thing you see are three or four brothel hoardings.