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- Unicorns, leprechauns, and excellent customer service: three things you probably won't find in Spain 1 month ago Let's face it: the customer service in Spain isn't the best. And that's part of the charm of living here... except when it stops being charming. Klara reports on the pain of being "spained" by less-than-helpful staff in Madrid. Unicorns, leprechauns, and excellent customer service: three things...
- Beat the heat! 9 ways to cool off like a local 3 months ago It's summer, and it's hot! And in a city where many houses don't have air conditioning, the heat can be quite a problem. But don't despair... Try keeping cool like the locals! Beat the heat! 9 ways to cool off like a local appeared first on ¡Vaya Madrid!
- Embracing the Sprunch: why Spanish brunch isn't like brunch back home 4 months ago Lately, it seems like every bar in Madrid is serving brunch--often something distinctly un-brunch-like. But what is brunch, anyway? Perhaps it's better to stop worrying and learn to embrace the Sprunch. Embracing the Sprunch: why Spanish brunch isn’t like brunch back home appeared first on...
- Keep the change? — What to do when your piggy bank gets out of control 4 months ago Banks in Madrid often refuse to deal with large quantities of one and two cent coins, and they pile up at home in alarming numbers. What to do? Brandon proposes a novel solution to the problem. What's yours? Keep the change? — What to do when your piggy bank gets out of control appeared first on...
- ¿Cravin' Asian? Ricardo Alexander of Tuk Tuk on Madrid's restaurant revolution 5 months ago In this exclusive interview, expat entrepreneur Ricardo Alexander shares the success story of Tuk Tuk, and how he brought the fun back to Madrid's Asian food scene. ¿Cravin’ Asian? Ricardo Alexander of Tuk Tuk on Madrid’s restaurant revolution appeared first on ¡Vaya Madrid!
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