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13:56

Travel

Azores: an Atlantic paradise

J. GARCÍA BLANCO

...would have gone to Peter's to look for harpooners to pursue the feared object of his obsession. GUIDE How to get there. TAP flies to Terceira and São Miguel with a stop in Lisbon or Porto. There are internal flights and ferries between the islands.

13:46

Travel

I'll meet you in Saint Petersburg

Andrew Forbes

...and Neoclassical architecture, yet I wasn't prepared for the scale of the UNESCO city centre. This is understandable though when you consider that this was the Imperial capital of Russia for centuries before the 1918 revolution. The Insider Guide

13:35

National

British consul urges UK nationals to be properly prepared for Brexit

Rachel Haynes

Living in Spain guide on the UK government's website and follow Brits in Spain on social media. "Our Living in Spain guide contains useful information on topics such as residency, healthcare and voting. We update this page as information changes," said

13:36

Sport

Excellent start for Spanish tennis players across all categories at French Open

BEN CLARKE

Delbonis in four sets; Roberto Bautista (13) won in straight sets against Santiago Giraldo; and Fernando Verdasco (30) also confidently saw off Guido Andreozzi in straight sets. However Carla Suárez (23), G. García Pérez and Lara Arruabarrena all lost. On ... Thursday, Spain's top female player, Garbiñe Muguruza (3), defeated unseeded French opponent Fiona Ferro 6-4, 6-3. Rafael Nadal (1) was on fine form and effortlessly outplayed Argentine Guido Pella, winning 6-2, 6-1, 6-1. Alberto Ramos-Viñolas also defeated

13:16

LifeStyle

An underground jewel

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...visitors have to wear safety helmets and, accompanied by a guide, walk in small groups through the 330 metres of the main gallery. They then go down to the second level, where they can take selfies with a split geode and access the 40-metre-high excavation

17:28

What to do

Lighthouse tours get under way in Torrox

Jennie Rhodes

El Faro de Torrox is starting guided visits of the archaeological site located next to the lighthouse, as well as the lighthouse itself, in English and German. The visit includes the Factoría de Salazón, the necropolis, the Roman villa and baths.

16:33

LifeStyle

Dani García abandons haute cuisine

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...personal decision," he explained. The previous day he had discussed his decision with the Michelin Guide management to explain his motives. They accepted it "as a great loss to Spanish haute cuisine" but treated his decision with "absolute respect." ... The Dani García restaurant at the Puente Romano will close on 22 October, a month before the new guide comes out. "We have 314 days and 202 sittings left." Dani García does not intend to retire, far from it; in fact he is expecting his new project to

11:32

LifeStyle

Yoga enthusiasts attend opening of new studio

sur

...vegetarian paella. Helen's motto is "pain free through yoga" and her aim is to reach out to people suffering from stresses and strains, as well as to guide those wishing to continue maintaining their bodies and minds in a healthy condition. Helen

19:04

Gibraltar

Improved signs for pedestrians

Debbie Bartlett gibraltar

New signs have been installed along Waterport Road to guide passengers walking between their cruise ships and the city centre. In the past, some people have unwittingly crossed North Mole Road and Waterport Road in dangerous places, so the signs

16:59

Sport

Eighty ATP points up for grabs at the Marbella Challenger

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Popyrin (Australia); Dustin Brown (Germany); Dudi Sela (Israel); Guido Andreozzi (Italy), who recently climbed into the top 100; and Stefano Travaglia (Italy), who went on to win the tournament. In total this year there will be 43,000 euros in prize

13:21

LifeStyle

International choirs, football in France and breakfast at Rosie's

SUR IN ENGLISH

Renaissance architecture, vestiges of the golden age of the sixteenth century. Guides showed the group around the spacious, light-filled Cathedral in Baeza and the Moorish baths in Jaén among other sites. The highlight of the tour was probably the

14:48

LifeStyle

Floating luxury also up for rent

Héctor Barbotta

The possibilities offered to the tenants of the Game Changer are most definitely out of the ordinary. As well as coming with a full crew, guides and security personnel, the vessel has its own helicopter, a fleet of jet skis as well as motorbikes for

13:43

LifeStyle

Five diets with the backing of science

ELENA MARTÍN LÓPEZ

American publication 'US News & World Report'. The EMIO ranking was so successful that since then this guide to the best and worst diets according to scientific evidence is now published annually. "The fact that one type of diet becomes popular doesn't

11:56

Opinion

Good buy my love

Peter Edgerton

...wasn't going to waste an afternoon in a series of high street clothes shops listening to music that nobody can possibly like beneath neon lighting presumably originally designed to guide aircraft in to a safe landing. Waddling in and out of coat

14:29

Opinion

Mansplaining

ELENA DE MIGUEL

...pressure, he said - I'm just suggesting we look at how he explained it. It's good for them to know, ie they don't know, or they don't know enough, or perhaps they need us men to show them or guide them so that they know what they have to know; because I do

14:22

Opinion

Art beacons

Georgina Oliver

...brother Theo. (Until 9 June, too.) 'Brand Vincent' meets 'marca Matisse'. A match made in heaven? Tour guides will be cooking up 'beacon-2-beacon' walkthroughs. Meet at the Pompidou. See the Matisse. Pop into the Hard Rock Café, launched last March.

12:37

Local

Council says that Malaga Cathedral doesn't need its second tower

JESÚS HINOJOSA

guides love to explain, the money was diverted to help the Spanish against the British during the American wars of independence. More accurately, the budget was probably used to improve local roads. This has not prevented periodic attempts to add in a