El Once Canalla: dozens of Mexican books and treasures
What to do when the world does not end? Escape to the Pacific coast of Mexico, discover microarts, enjoy artisanal reeds or dive into a sea of books. This is just the beginning.
1. In bed: With all of the Callao Central (Postigo de San Martín, 8). The new Madrid headquarters of the Catalan bookstore is housed in a palace house that rewards the curious with more than 70,000 copies of famous lyrics. Sit in a corner of your coffee shop El Bistro and turn pages.
2. On the bar: FM (Wonders Factory) (Valverde, 29). They have not completed a month and they have conquered the severe palates that roam the center of Madrid. They have found an accurate formula: Blonde, Malaysian, stylish, versatile and handmade. It was a matter of time before the beer became sophisticated.
3. Between frames: “Microarte, size does matter”, in the gallery Hare (Avda. General Perón, 8, entry by C / Comandante Zorita). Until January 19, 2013. The Hare Gallery has endorsed the maximum "Less is more" by Mies Van der Rohe, with an attractive selection of works that do not exceed 40 x40 cm., curated by Allegra Papa and Julia Gómez Candela. Exquisiteness, in its right measure, tastes better.
"Microart: size does matter" © Galería Hare
4. In the club: Berghain in Berlin. If you manage to overcome the long lines at rush hour (Saturdays, at 4 a.m.) of this old power station, you will know at what rate the Best club in the world.
5. On the table: La Romita Comedor, Mexico City (Álvaro Obregón, 49) A newcomer to the elegant Roma neighborhood of the Mexican capital. A careful market cuisine honestly proposed in a space that combines design and art, frankly stylish.
6. On the road: Sayulita, state of Nayarit, Mexico. Surf lovers, of calm as a way of life, of beautiful enclaves still unexploited, stop the engine in this charming town of the mexican pacific coast.
Sayulita in Mexico © Thinkstock
7. In the stadium: The Rose Garden, Malaga - Real Madrid, on Saturday, December 22 at 8:00 p.m.
8. In the cinema (inside or outside the home): "A gun in each hand" by Cesc Gay. The Catalan producer, master in portraying the misfortunes of classy people, directs a cast of illustrious people to confirm that tears are necessary To achieve happiness.
9. On the walkman: 'A Wasteland Companion' by M. Ward We recover the disk of the American author Matthew Stephen Ward to Celebrate the first day of the rest of our life. Honesty and simplicity in some melodies that flirt with blues and folk.
10. A neighborhood: El Raval, Barcelona. Devotion, revolution and modernity. The last inhabited neighborhood of medieval Barcelona is essential to understand the evolution of the city: 11th century churches, garitos where anarchism was debated, an infinity of nationalities and, of course, first class stoves.
11. In the conversation: For better or worse, The world is not over. Maybe this is the end of the conversation topics?