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Soon to be admired: Clara Peeters at the Mauritshuis

The Mauritshuis Museum The Hague, likes to claim it offers wonderful new temporary exhibitions. Perhaps, if you read my blog posts during 2016, the name Clara Peeters jogs your memory? 476 more words


Abogados en Medellin, Abogados Civil en Medellín, Prado


Abogados en Medellin, Abogados Civil en Prado, Medellín llama 320 542-9469 derecho civil, divorcio, tutela, pensión, penalistas, responsabilidad médica, derecho laboral, sucesión y indemnización, derecho constitucional, penal, derecho comercial, acción de tutela, asesorías jurídicas barrio Prado en Medellín Abogado civil es el encargado de regular los vínculos que las personas establecen entre ellas, y hace uso del derecho civil, el cual está formado por las reglas jurídicas que modulan los vínculos patrimoniales o personales de los individuos, sin importar que estas sean personas físicas o jurídicas. 83 more words

Abogados En Medellin

Cannibals, Hallucinations, and Tyrants

This is a series of posts about Italy, Malta, and Spain that starts here.

Day Two in Madrid, spent in two big museums: the Prado and the Thyssen Bornemisa. 685 more words


Sunday, 5 February: From Sevillana to Salamanca

Feliz martes, ¡todos! I hope this next blog post finds you doing well and experiencing your own adventures in whichever corner of our marvelous world you call home. 4,276 more words

Study Abroad

In the gym?

Why are there so many men in the gym? At 8 o’clock on week mornings.

Especially “middle-aged men”. By this, I mean men between the ages of 30 and 50, who, at that time of the morning, you’d expect to be at work already. 647 more words


How I Met Moon-Doggie

“Fly Me To The Moon” was playing on my iPod again. Love that song.

All that money spent on a professional make-up artist, streaming down my cheeks like an insane child’s finger-painting. 551 more words

Creative Writing

Out Of The Fire: Relic From A Lost Art Collection

A very exciting art find to pass along to you this morning, if like me you love the work of Diego Velázquez (and if you don’t, we’re going to have words.) 491 more words