Posts tagged Visiting
Soñando Sunday: Día de Santiago

Saint James (or Santiago in Spanish) is the Patron Saint to Spain. His “day” is celebrated on the 25th of July. In this post we cover a little bit of the history and celebrations that you will see if you are lucky enough to be in Galicia on this day.

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Everyone Has an Opinion... on the U.S.A

There are many experiences that you will have while traveling or living abroad, but one I bet you won’t be able to avoid is having people tell you what they think about the U.S.A.

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Soñando Sunday: Taking Advantage of Weekend Travel

Are you loving the fact that you can go anywhere for the weekend in Europe but having problems with travel burn-out? In this article we talk about our top 5 tips for getting the most out of your weekend travel.

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Help! I'm Suffering Mini Culture Shocks

Do you ever feel like there are little things that throw you off when you are traveling or living abroad? Today we are talking about mini culture shocks—small things that might make a big difference in how confortable you are abroad.

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Soñando Sunday: Gibraltar

Are you in the south of Spain and looking for a day-trip that allows you to escape into the English language while being surrounded with cool historic sites, caves, and naughty monkeys? Perhaps Gibraltar is the place for you!

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Life with Visitors is Different

Try as I may, I simply can’t live out my ‘normal life’ when I have visitors! It’s not an inherently bad thing, but certainly something we all need to recognize and come to terms with in our own ways. Thus, I’m sharing some personal insights on the topic.

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Soñando Sunday: Catedral de Córdoba

The Cathedral in Córdoba, also often referred to as La Mezquita, is actually a two-for-one deal as you get to see a proper Catholic cathedral insight a Moorish mosque! It is a site that shouldn’t be missed during your wanderings in Spain.

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Soñando Sunday: Día de Andalucía

With so many local festivals in Spain, it is sometimes hard to keep track of what each one means. Today we are diving into one of the most important holidays in southern Spain: Día de Andalucía.

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