Some guy out on a yacht with his family spotted the body floating in the middle of the bay and hauled it in like Hemingway's fish.
While in France he became friendly with American expatriates such as Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound.
storybook characters, yarns picked out of the books of Hemingway.
It was in Cuba that Hemingway enjoyed fantastic bluewater fishing for marlin, broadbill swordfish and, of course marlin.
Like Hemingway's marlin, the giant tarpon of Cuba seem lost to local knowledge.
These people are storybook characters, yarns picked out of the books of Hemingway.
Like Hemingway 's marlin, the giant tarpon of Cuba seem lost to local knowledge.
Consider the advice below before pulling out your wallet for that dusty first-edition print of Hemingway's "The Old Man and the Sea."
The Mojito was created in Cuba, where it became Ernest Hemingway’s second favorite drink.
While Hemingway may have slotted this drink in second place, the Mojito has quickly become first in America's heart.
The daiquiri was Ernest Hemingway's favorite drink.
Hemingway liked his daiquiris with a double the usual amount of rum, maraschino cherry juice, and a nice dose of grapefruit juice.
I got there a little early so I talked to the bartender, who used to be a stripper, about classic Russian authors and Hemingway.
For example, a beginning reader might study Dr. Seuss and his voice, while a teen might study Shakespeare, Hemingway and modern novelists.
Just so that men don't feel left out of the scent craze, Scentsy also provides a special collection for men that specifies in more masculine-pleasing fragrances like, "Rustic Lodge", "Hemingway", "Oxford", "Bourbon", and "African Mahogany".
Humorist James Thurber wrote A Visit from Saint Nicholas in the Ernest Hemingway Manner for The New Yorker in December, 1927.
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