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"calatrava" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"It. People put a decal on a sliding glass door, you know, so you don't walk into it. Thomas is on the phone in Colorado Springs, Thomas thanks for your call. Well, thanks for having me on, Rick. My family and I had an opportunity to visit the northern Spain and went to the small city of komiya, Spain along the northern coastline and had a chance to see an antoni Gaudi home. And of course Gaudi is known for all of his structures and architecture, but really in Barcelona, especially with the cathedral there. We just fell in love with the small home there in come yesterday that we weren't even familiar with. And so my question really is one other hidden gems of architecture or art that we should be made aware of that are hidden in dispersed throughout the country of Spain. I'm going to give that question to Federico Barroso because I am challenged in Spain just by the marketing difficulty that some architects will have just by how do you say their name. We can say Gaudi. In the Art Nouveau movement, there were other artists that should be household names, but I just think there's a practical reason there, and also I'm wondering, are there other architects outside of that era from Spain that Federico would like to share? Federico, what's your take on that? Well, actually, what we're going to go do is I can see that Julie's cover capriccio, the capabilities, because Gaudi was mostly sponsored by the Qatar nobility, and then we occasionally find some of his buildings in other places like Leon, astorga occasionally, some small towns in northern Spain, a Gaudi is in mos emblematic one, and we have to consider that in those 1800s Spain had a big social, political and economic decline, and the only people who really did something new, those transgressors were Gaudi and his two friends, Portugal, Falk, and Dominic Montana, complicated names. We usually call them Gaudi and his two friends. Even in Spain? Oh, that makes me feel much better. And Federico, are there other great architects that we should know? We have actually an interesting example in Madrid Antonio palacios, Antonio palacios, is the man who is making extraordinary buildings in Madrid that we find the fine arts circle el fier de Bellas artes is actually the best panoramic tower in Madrid, by the way. And then we find on the top of the tower Minerva or Athena, the goddess of wisdom. This is a modern architecture. It's a mother architecture actually. That is from the beginning of 1900s. You know, I love that in Madrid. You can take a public bus from the Prado, and you can go see a lot of the great skyscrapers in modern art, which needs to be looked at also. And can I add the man that is perhaps the best known outside of Spain right now as an architect Santiago calatrava. Now, people may not know his name, but if you're driving through Europe, you're going to go over his bridges. If you're traveling on a train, you're going to go through his railway stations that he designed. And his work is the soaring roof lines and these and his bridges are almost like ships with a mast and rigging and sails and it kind of reminds you in some ways of Spain's maritime heritage as they sail into the future. This is travel with Rick Steves, we've been joined by gene openshaw the co author of the Rick Steves Europe one O one art for travelers guidebook and Federico Garcia Barroso, who's a guy who comes to us from Madrid. Gene, one last tip for anybody going to Spain to just get a little better connected with that Spanish creative spirit. Let's take the Dali museum, Salvador Dalí, of course, with Spanish, and the Dali museum is a place not too many people get to, but it's easy to. It's just a short train ride out of Barcelona in the town of figueres, which is where he was born. And it's just what you may expect. I surreal experience. You walk through and you see some of his paintings in some of his creations, you can see a couch that looks like Marilyn Monroe's lips. You can see, you know, fruit stacked atop a column. It is a surreal experience. It's fun, anyone can appreciate it. And I think it's, to me, Spanish art is hard to categorize because there's so much to it. And in a way, Dali with his surrealistic juxtaposition of images took so many of the elements of Spanish culture threw him in a blender and then splattered him on the canvas. And I think that's a great way to appreciate the many layers of Spanish art. The Dalai museum outside of Barcelona in the town of figueres. Federico, what would your tip be for making sure people get a little better appreciation of the Spanish creative spirit. I want to share with my friends that little chapel located in Madrid next to the river, a place called San Antonio de la Florida, where we find those frescoes by Goya, something quite unusual, really unique before he became a
"calatrava" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
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"calatrava" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News
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"calatrava" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"calatrava" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"This era of covert visit. Milwaukee has stepped up by offering $1000 to the 1st 50 businesses who signed up into participate in this event, which is going on through February 28th. But there's a lot more businesses that have all decided to to take part in the feedback that you've gotten Peggy not only from these businesses, but from those who have participated has been overwhelmingly positive. Absolutely, you know, right now is typically Wedding booking season, right? A lot of couples get engaged over the holidays. So what I thought was photography company front room Studios is offering a virtual event to talk about how to make your wedding more eco friendly. They're gonna walk couples through the ecological impact of weddings and what you can do to minimize your events impact on the environment. How amazing is that We have Saint Kate. Not so much seek another perfect example. The downtown hotel there, You know, that's an industry with wedding industry that there's so many different offshoots have been affected, You know? Look, you can't get together more than 20 people in a venue so whether it's the venue itself, the caterers, the photographers, the DJs, the bakers, You know those cakes that are all made the floral a lot of the cases. These are mom and pop shops and they're doing this. That's just one industry that's had a huge impact or has been impacted by Kobe 19 and the offshoots that come from it Right. And you look at hotel rooms, weddings bring in tourism. Absolutely, because not everyone is from here. Especially when you're looking at a venue in the city of Milwaukee versus a smaller town where the wedding maybe all people who who who live in that small town, so it is absolutely been impacted. Event planners. Um you know, we we have some event planners who are doing specific, Um, online shows that you can watch as part of our virtual giving fest. Um, we have the tour companies right? Who give tours of iconic Milwaukee things. So these people, Ah, lot of them a lot. I mean, I will give credit to our industry. Ah, lot of people. Milwaukee food in City tours has pivoted from being at food, a tour company to being a gift. Box delivery company. They're taking great, exactly. I mean, it does and necessary. It is it is saying Kate. Amazing hotel that opened just prior to Cove it. This is the Intercontinental Hotel across the market center. If you're not familiar, it was And it is. Ah, one of a kind heart hotel with a C collection. That is absolutely amazing. I was actually fortunate enough last week. To do a site tour, which is something in our industry. We do when people are going to come in tow Look to see if they want to choose. Milwaukee is a location. So I got to tour this convention planner at the Saint Kate and to walk through it and see the world class art that they have in their lobby. And in the mullahs gallery, which is the Museum of Wisconsin. Art is just amazing. And I can't tell you This meeting planner was so blown away with what she saw that she signed on the dotted line for Milwaukee and Peggy. This is just a very small example. But a good one of how When you think art in the city, the college Prabha the art museum is the one that comes to mind and you think? Well, that's it. No. One of our hotels. Just a few blocks away from the Calatrava is quickly becoming a destination for the art world, and it's happening again right here in Milwaukee, and I'll tell you that you look and you know we have sculpture Milwaukee, which was started five years ago by Steve Marcus, who has an amazing eye for what can bring people in that drives, tourism and, um, sculpture. Milwaukee was the one thing that we could safely promote. Throughout the entire summer, and we saw a spike in occupancy in the downtown market over those summer months, and I believe that sculpture Milwaukee had something to do with that. Because where else can you walk down the street and look at world class art while being outside safely distance and and, um, you know, just Still have a great time. The hotels are starting to open back up, not 100% capacity, but higher than they were even a few weeks ago. The bars and the restaurants It's going to be a very slow slog. But at least some of these businesses are able to, if not make a profit minimize their damage. The government both state and feds have have done what they can. But more needs to be done. What are we looking at here from a timeline and I know Magic eight Ball crystal ball. Tough question for sure, but an important question because, as you mentioned so much of the city of Milwaukee's economy not only helps those who live in Milwaukee myself included, but it's really the Econ. Comic engine for the entire state of a sconce of that matter. What do you see is a forecast here for it to continue to bounce back or they're going to be darker days ahead, right? Well, I definitely think that we need to be safe. We need to wear masks. We need to practice safe social distancing. I think that that is going to be extremely important to the recovery. I think that We need to all be vaccinated. We need to reach 80%. We need people to video the state 80. Plus Well, yes, I mean, 80% is what they're saying. We'll create herd immunity, but for my focus, Milwaukee County at 80% is something that we really need to look at. And we all need to be behind in terms of making sure that we can promote ourselves as a safe destination. So people start to come back. People start to come back to work. You know, my office is downtown. I'm downtown at least three or four days a week, and there's not a lot of people down there. And that is what creates Ah lot of business for restaurants. Especially during a time frame when we don't see a lot of meeting and convention business, which is in the first quarter because off of winter, so you know they're not just missing the tourism right now, in terms of our hospitality businesses. They're missing that everyday business because our office towers are filled with people. That's a great point. And again. I don't know if anyone truly knows the answer, but with so many businesses being northwestern Mutual or Harley Davidson, you name it. Then are encouraging the employees to work from home..
"calatrava" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Welcome back to the bench Bureau show, so the media are so in the tank for Biden. It's insane. And, of course, everything he does is just an aspect of normalcy. So when when he takes Amtrak it because he's normal, and when he wears a Rolex Day date, which is like an $8000 watch that is also super normal. In fact, everything he does is normal. He can't do it, not normal thing chasing his dog around his house, slipping and falling. Endangering his foot totally normal talk about his life here with corn pop total. Everything he does is normal back to The New York Times attempting to turn Joe Biden's watch habit into a norm core thing. They say that Bill Clinton used to our time It's Iron Man and George W. Bush WAR Time X in Giglio. Choice will watch the cost 50 bucks unless was either a man of the people statement says The New York Times Even though Mr Bush was an oil Sion who went to Yale or a master stroke of old money, preppy ism or any kids of gilded glimmer is considered vulgar. Barack Obama to avoided heirloom level timepieces During his presidency. He opted for mid priced all American watches by Shinola or a sporty watched by George Gray, based in Southern California. The cost less than 500 bucks. This may come as a shock, but Trump's shattered those norms. He remained on brand during his term flashing mobile worthy gold. What else watches my protect Felipe, Rolex and bash John Constantine, right? There's very, very expensive watches. Which brings us to Mr Biden, who seems to balance Both Harajuku all neurological sensibilities, neurological meaning, having do with watches. It seems to balance both hora logical sensibilities and is unafraid to show off his house switch what Swiss watches all stainless steel, including his Rolex. You know, make a speed Master Moon watch professional. And in Omega Seamaster diver 300, both of which retail for around five or $6000. Okay, First of all depends on the model. You're looking at the moon Watch professional, very often retails about eight grand on the Omega Seamaster diver 300, depending if forgetting like the bond edition that also retails about eight Grand's. What you're talking about, is at least $20,000 worth of watches. Is what you're talking about right here. Here's The New York Times. To be fair. None of Mr Biden's watches scream luxury. At least to watch kind of sewers, where acclimated to the thin air of Swiss watch prices. Wait, They don't scream luxury. Really do they not Many people whose entire salary on a yearly basis might be 50 or $60,000. It seems to me that only $20,000 and watches in excess of that easily. Be considered at least a little bit of luxury. It's a little again. There's nothing wrong with this. Okay? I'm not anti collecting luxury watches. I collect luxury watches. I love it. I think it's fine. Okay, And I don't think there's anything wrong with your body doing it. I'm just pointing out that the media have to take even things about Joe Biden that scream not normal and then pigeonholed him back into normal. So what they're doing is they're taking a habit. That is not inexpensive. And they're like, Yeah, but that's like a normal guy would do, Right. I mean, like, Come on, Is it really Yeah, Why not? His Rolex state, Just, for example, is considered an undisputed classic but in another sense, almost could be regarded as entry level for a brand with headquarters the quickly climb into the five figures. Saying the Rolex DHS, which is like a grand at retail. You know? Yeah, that's a really expensive watch. That's like a used car right there. But and Joe Biden is captain normalcy who takes Amtrak, so it's a little in Congress. And we didn't win one morning betrayed the fact that your body is worth $10 million, owns three separate houses like we wouldn't want to do any of that, because that seems not normal, But you know, here's the thing If you look at it in a certain way, a Rolex State trust is actually just like time X If you compare a Rolex, other Rolexes is just like a time X because the date just is one of their down model brands. Right. It's like if you look at the date, just that's like one of their lesser expensive watches. Okay? Could say the exact same thing is getting very specific about the Patek Philippe Calatrava Calatrava is the baseline of Patek Philippe Patek Philippe is in the HBO show Succession. There's a great line about protect Felipe that the line is is uttered by one of the sons in law of the mogul who's supposed to be kind of Rupert Murdoch, and he wants to give his father in law protect Felipe, and when he gives him the watch, he says, it's a watch that tells you how rich you are. Right to protect Felipe the baseline Calatrava model. If you buy it new is gonna cost you almost $20,000 hands. Very, very upscale a tree line, but compared to other protect, believes which can run all the way up to a million dollars. That's really down. Brand Redskin time X So, Rach ST just It's just like a time X if you compare it to, you know, like the Rolex Daytona or if you compare it to, you know the Rolex see, master right if you if you compare it to into the TV to be very, the yacht, the yacht master, whatever it is The seeds Weller, the James Cameron Steve Lawler. Okay. Come on, like you're working too hard here, guys. Likewise, His Omegas do not cannot fancy nous, at least in the eyes of watch snobs. The moon watch, while Swiss in origin has been embraced as an American emblem Ever since the Apollo 11 astronauts wore the story model to the moon. They do can note fancy this actually, because they cost a lot of money. Also, they're like the sea master, the brawny scuba watch worn by Daniel Craig's bone breaking James Bond. It doesn't do not fancy. This James Bond is literally the guy who wears a talks with the with the sea master. Okay, so they're working so hard, So here is how they finished already. Whether a conscious fashion statement or not behind, But macho watches suggest that even at 78, this former high school football star of the Kennedy years still wants to be seen as a he, man, rugged and young at heart See his aviator sunglasses..
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