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Address150 East 58th St., 30th floor
New York, NY 10155
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Dick Carlson
Mon, 5 Mar 2012 09:50 EST
Spain Gourmentour Magazine online
What is the link to view your magazine since it has not been sent out to me as a hard copy in a few years. Certainly do miss it. Thanks Dick
Steven Riback
Thu, 27 May 2010 14:40 EDT
First Visit
My wife and I just returned from a two week tour of your beautiful country.It was a dream trip to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary and we loved each day of it. The people, cities (Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Marbella, Gibraltar, Ronda, Barcelona) and food were fantastic.
I am writing this next comment as an observation you might want to address and that is the large amount of graffiti that seems to appear in each city we have visited. It takes away from the real beauty of the country and should be dealt with. Everyone on my tour felt the same way but I thought I would write you to bring an emphasis to the problem. One suggestion I could give is to ger rid of the graffiti as soon as you notice it. Leaving it on store fronts or walls just attracts more. You might also want to install cameras to catch these vandals. If they are younsters, have their parents pay the bill to clean it up.
We will return to Spain in the future and want to thank you for sharing the beauty that is your country's.

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