If you go on vacation to Madrid this week or next, you can walk around it however you want, always wearing a mask. And go to bars and restaurants, but keep in mind that you will not be able to take, for example, a round trip tour to Toledo. Is that the temporary measures due to the pandemic consider the tourist as a resident, for which there are limitations of movement between cities.
Nightlife ends at 11:00 pm
As for the nightlife in Madrid, the bars and restaurants will be open until 11:00 at night, but after 10:00 pm they will not be able to receive more customers. They are regulations subject to change that try to limit the contagion of Covid-19. The commercial novelties, although reduced, do not stop. They just opened Hermes, which I understand is the first store open in the Canalejas Center in Madrid, the new luxury shopping center, a few steps from Puerta del Sol. Last year I saw it between scaffolding, 'bringing some buildings back to life emblematic after years of disuse. ' With everything and a pandemic, I want to go to Madrid!
Arrangement of plastic chairs
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Given the appearance of Covid-19, which has forced us to seek the open air inside our homes to avoid contagion, balconies and terraces have become architectural trends. This is what the architect Yermys Peña points out in an article published in Aldaba, the interior design and decoration magazine of the Editora Listín Diario. The balcony, the terrace, the garden, the patio… are once again important.
Virtual Book and Woman Fair
The General Archive of the Nation will virtually celebrate its 7th Dominican History Book Fair. On this occasion, it deals with the theme of women in Dominican history. Dedicated to Mu-Kian Adriana Sang Ben, Lusitania Martínez and Carmen Durán will take place from November 16 to 20. All activities, according to its director, Roberto Cassá, will be presented online, open to the public and free of charge. The sale of books, which for the fair have discounts, will be through the web. To find out the details call 809-362-1111, extensions 331 and 231.