Notes in Spanish Gold Season 2 – Ep.9 – Centros Comerciales


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Ben and Marina discuss a recent trip to a ‘centro comercial’ (and the horror awaiting in the toilets!), and examine the rise and fall of the shopping mall in Spain.

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5 thoughts on “Notes in Spanish Gold Season 2 – Ep.9 – Centros Comerciales

  1. James

    Otro voto por Ben!

    Estaba escuchando a las detalles del audio, y me senti de golpe una tristeza. Si Espana quiere convertirse en los Estados Unidos, los centros comerciales son el camino. Es decir, en vez de darse un paseo por una ciudad bonita con mucha marcha y muchas tiendas, los espanoles quieren meterse en jaulas de metal (cars), manejarse a desiertos de asfalto (parking lots) y pasarse el dia en cajas grandisimas sin ventanas per con aire perfumado (the mall), los centros comerciales son la respuesta.

    No toma mas que dos generaciones para cambiar habitos y preferencias, por eso la informacion sobre los adolosentes que ya prefieren pasar sus fines de semana in los centros es una mala senal.

    Ojala que yo sea demasiado dramatica, y nada de esto va a ocurrir…

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