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I just got back from a trip to BCN and MAD a couple of months ago and there were a couple of places I'd definitely recommend:
Zona d’Ombra - a retail wine shop that also sells wine & vermouth by the glass along with small, simple tapas in the Gothic quarter. Not far off the major streets, but...
That's true actually. For this past year they shortened up the rise, tighted up the seat, and brought the waist down to it's actual size measurement rather than the +1 inch vanity sizing they used to have
I think I've seen the Tommy Bahama variety, but I was thinking more of the silk shirt to wear with a suit/tie rather than leisure wear. What's being said about China flooding the market with cheap examples makes a lot of sense.
So I've been reading my way through the original (Fleming) Bond books and the most consistent sartorial reference I've seen is to 007 wearing white silk shirts. Was this common back in the 50's and 60's? If so, whatever happened to them? I could imagine silk shirts draping better than the cotton...
Well, I'd say you need good scotch, good bourbon, vodka, both vermouths, olives, soda, rocks glasses, martini glasses, cherries, a shaker, and ice. Then you can make and old fashioned, martini, or scotch/bourbon on the rocks or neat.
Gin please. Thank God someone is still able to have an office...