- Gender: Male
- Born on: 11/11/1985
- Lives in: Madrid, Spain
- Is interested in: Cities, Deserts, Unusual Places
- Their web:www.minube.net
- 3 can't-live-without items in my suitcase: A little pocket money, some comfy shoes, and a pair of cheap sunglasses.
- A little more about him:A Texan in Spain, currently working as Capitan America in our favorite social travel start-up. Getting used to the whole Mediterranean lifestyle thing.
Countries they have visited
Bib Rambla is my favorite plaza in all of Granada, and once you step foot there it's not hard to imagine why. The Plaza is vaguely-touristy (just look at the grey-hair-and-camera groups in some of the terraces), but it's also an authentic hive of... read more
New York Burger is standard fare in the gourmet burger Renaissance currently underway in Madrid. While a lot of places get kind of cheesy (i.e. shrimp burgers, etc.), this place does big burgers simple, well-cooked, and delicious.
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The Mercado de los Motores is held the first weekend of every month in an old building near the Pacifico and Menendez-Pelayo metro stops (Line 1) in south-central Madrid. Despite the name, the market has nothing at all to do with cars. The name... read more
Bodega de los Reyes is a small wine shop just a few feet away from Plaza de España in downtown Madrid. While the shop in and of itself is nothing out of the ordinary, they do have great wine tastings on a pretty regular basis for afforable prices.... read more
The Canal de Isabel II Park located right off Santa Engrancia Street between the metro stops of Rios Riosas and Cuatro Caminos (light blue line) is a little athletic oasis in the middle of an otherwise urban neighborhood. There are tennis courts,... read more
Vinotino is a nice Spanish restaurant on Jorge Juan, one of the most privileged streets in downtown Madrid. The menu is traditional Spanish/Mediterranean with a high-end touch (just a touch), a features an extensive list of hot and cold "pinchos"... read more
Every first weekend of the month, La Buena Vida Market is held in the HUB, a co-working space in central Madrid, only a few feet away from the famous Caixa Forum and Prado Museum. The market is on the smaller side, but has enough charm, activity,... read more
Tropicopter is a company located in the Port of Motril which takes visitors up in one of their special helicopters to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the coastline and surrounding valley. On our trip, we did a spectacular tour of the coastline leading... read more
The Albayzín area of Granada is the oldest and most charming part of the city, consisting of over 3,000 small winding corridors, some not more than a meter across, which spread across one of the hills in central Granada. The Albayzín charm is... read more