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121 resultados para 'tomorrow'

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17:09

Opinion

New Year's revolution

Peter Edgerton

...an hour later - "Er, right time for bed. See you tomorrow." (It's eight thirty). 3rd January - "Hi - a pint of lager, please." (Sheepish smile compulsory). Maybe one of the reasons that January is considered melancholy is precisely that we're too

18:15

LifeStyle

"I am no longer self-sufficient"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...be very different. Are you afraid? Do you think much about the future, about what tomorrow might bring? I try to do that as little as possible. How? By being busy for as much time as I can, dedicating myself to improving treatment and research. ... The foundation and my family are what enable me to keep a smile on my face, because what is important to me is today and doing today what I might not be able to do tomorrow.

13:51

LifeStyle

Mad, comic genius heads for the Costa

Tony Bryant FUENGIROLA

Three of Britain’s most talented stand-up comedians are to take part in a one-off show tomorrow night at the Salón Varietés Theatre in Fuengirola. INFORMATION Where. Salón Varietés Theatre, Fuengirola When. Saturday 13 May, 8pm Tickets.

11:17

What to do

Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

...the flavours of this region of Huelva. The church of Nuestra Señora de GranadaTURISMO ANDALUZ The 1900 Fair kicks off with a period Fashion Parade, street theatre, live music and a children’s party. Tomorrow, Saturday, there will be classic

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...some rest before tomorrow’s trek. READ MORE:

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

Mexico? Don’t worry, the milk will be on the doorstep tomorrow morning, ‘The New Statesman’ will come out on Friday.” This was what he so memorably called “the deep, deep sleep of England”. Orwell wanted to be back in Spain, in the thick of the drama and

12:00

Local

The puppy factories

JAVIER GUILLENEA

Christmas is over and tomorrow children in Spain will be opening presents for Three Kings' Day. During the festive period, whether celebrating Christmas or Three Kings' Day, it is highly probable that numerous lucky children will excitedly open a

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

...the same time and, especially, that they don't respect other people's time. “When the Spanish say 'tomorrow', it's just a manner of speech. If you arrange something with them for the next day, they might turn up the following week,” she says. Katia