Tamar A.

Tamar A.

Beersheba, Israel

Recent Activities

Mar 12, 2013
Review
Bar
Mar 12, 2013
Mar 12, 2013
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Flea Market / Outdoor Activity / Shopping Area
Mar 12, 2013
Mar 12, 2013
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Café
Mar 12, 2013
Mar 12, 2013
Review
Museum
Mar 12, 2013
Mar 12, 2013
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Nightlife Area / Outdoor Activity / Shopping Area
Mar 12, 2013

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Recent Reviews and Comments

  • El Tigre

    Madrid
    Bar
    El Tigre - Bar in Madrid.
    Mar 12, 2013 I LOVE EL TIGRO! "These guys completley changed my whole veiw of this Tapas concept, i didn't get it- why have small portions of food if you can have normal portions?! i didn't get it cause i didn't go to El Tigro.. There i got it! you order a drink and get piles and piles of food. Paella, Spanish Omlets, wings, patatas bravas tons of Jamon. All for the price of one drink. The staff is jolly and friendly it is allways nice and packed (Sadly mostly with tourists), and it is open till very late. DO NOT MISS A VISIT! It is close to Gran Via, so there really is no reason to miss it. I love the Sangria, it comes in a giant cup and it's Yummy as hell. Viva la El Tigre!" hide
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  • El Rastro

    Madrid
    Flea Market / Outdoor Activity / Shopping Area
    El Rastro - Flea Market | Outdoor Activity | Shopping Area in Madrid.
    Mar 12, 2013 Loving El Rastro! "Join thousands of Madridiens every Sunday in El Rastro - the Huge flea markt is awesome! I really love it there. you can find anything from old records, light switches, comic books and vintage sofas to boutique jewelery and purses. The vibe is fantastic, very friendly people, selling very weird stuff in sunny Madrid - It really is great fun! It is hard to go through it all at once, so if you have more then one Sunday make sure you visit it twice. It is really really packed so hold on to your wallets, and your children. They have some food venders and closely situated cafe's and Super markets, so you can truly spend a few hours roaming the market." hide
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  • Chocolatería San Ginés - Café in Madrid.
    Mar 12, 2013 Take a bite out of Madrid's choclate history "During the time of Franco people were not particularly amused or having a lot of time. He would shut the city down pretty early and people had to stay at home, wjich for Spaniards is practicly a death sentence. But Chocleteria San Gines would not give up. They are located in a street corner by the palace and even though right now there is a large red iluminated sign, take that away and it is pretty discreet. The people of Madrid would practicly risk there lives to eat some Churros and Choclate during the night. So why shouldnt we? It is open 24 hours a day (which is not very common in Madrid) and you are very welcome to pop in and dip some Churros at 6 am after a long night. The only problem is that it is kind of expensive, so if you ran out of money in the party, you'll need to give it up. but for a hot choclaty bite of history, it is worth the 6 euro..." hide
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