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The adventures of a Seattle native living in Madrid, working as an English teacher and documenting her travels throughout Europe along the way! read more [Hits: 34 - Added: 15-02-14]http://courtneylikkel.blogspot.c...
Thoughts on life abroad, food, design and everything under the sun from a girl whose lived in Madrid for the past 8 years. read more [Hits: 345 - Added: 30-06-09]http://nadyamadrid.blogspot.com/
A blog about cheap and free events in Madrid,whether its concerts,photography workshops,discounts,promotions-,art expositions and so on read more [Hits: 90 - Added: 26-01-11]http://www.cheapinmadrid.com/
Globe-trotter who enjoys photography, food, architecture, dancing, and exploring different places. Living in Madrid. Travel stories and tips for... read more [Hits: 34 - Added: 03-02-13]http://danagoestomadrid.blogspot...
A bilingual- bicultural travel blog sharing our enthusiasm for discovering the things in our own city and around the world. read more [Hits: 43 - Added: 17-05-12]http://elboqueronviajero.com/
The blog started off as a travel blog to follow me as I backpacked Europe last year. Now it is continuing to follow my journey as I teach English in... read more [Hits: 21 - Added: 14-03-11]http://linzersadventure.blogspot...
An English girl (from Yorkshire) that moved to the wonderful Madrid City Centre to discover a new and interesting way of life! read more [Hits: 239 - Added: 10-10-09]http://jenniferw24.wordpress.com...
The musings of a Canadian expat on life in Spain. I write about life as an English teacher, experiencing Spanish culture, and weekend trips throughout... read more [Hits: 22 - Added: 16-12-14]http://estrellaexplores.com
A blog for English speakers living in Madrid to help each other, with a forum to complain and get it off your chest. Please note that this is a light... read more [Hits: 111 - Added: 10-11-10]http://expatsmadrid.blogspot.com...
Es un blog sobre cosas por hacer en Madrid. También cuentos sobre mi vida como expatriada. read more [Hits: 17 - Added: 19-03-13]http://www.fishoutofwatermadrid....
Today David shares a fantastic recipe for one of Cordoba’s most famous tapas – flamenquines cordobeses. The first time I ate a flamenquín I didn’t know what to expe... read more
Posted on 7 July 2020 | 1:00 pm
Spanish Sabores – Simple Spanish Recipes & Travel Tips
Despite the fact that the coronavirus lockdown has cancelled several urban art festivals in Madrid, the community is starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Moreover, the audience might ha... read more
Posted on 7 July 2020 | 11:37 am
Street art tours in Madrid by Cooltourspain
Free Bicycle Loan Service in Madrid It is wonderful to know that you can ride bicycles for free in Juan Carlos I Park. Whether alone or with kids, you can enjoy a bicycle ride in this beautiful park f... read more
Posted on 28 June 2020 | 8:05 am
乐逸棋牌代-理-三部门：-;2019年全国住-5151;公积金各-9033;业务运行... read more
Posted on 16 June 2020 | 8:58 am
Connecting lines 7 and 10, situated halfway up the Castellana, is the metro station named after Gregorio Marañón, a doctor and scientist, amongst many other things, and famous son of Mad... read more
Posted on 7 April 2020 | 11:21 am
The Madrid Guiri - The Madrid Guiri
Exactly two years ago, I was working in Stockholm and venturing to Norway for my Easter holidays. Little did I know that two years later, I'd be stuck inside during a global pandemic, relishing every ... read more
Posted on 6 April 2020 | 1:10 am
With one holiday done and dusted, I’m obviously already looking forward and beginning to plan the next one… And I’m excited to be in the VERY early stages of planning (or at ... read more
Posted on 7 July 2017 | 1:28 am
Surprise Layover in Munich, Germany
Let me start by saying that I had no plans to visit Munich on this trip. Sure, I would love to tour Germany, and I probably will someday. On thi... read more
Posted on 29 December 2016 | 5:50 am
Dana Goes to Madrid!
This post is based on question posed to me by a white person I know. Mario and I came to the United States last March. We had spent the last year and a half in an immigration limbo, not sure of where ... read more
Posted on 19 November 2016 | 12:08 am
Jaffa Road. One of the oldest and longest major streets in Jerusalem. Originally formed by camel caravans and later traveled by horse and carriage, it is now a primarily pedestrian street replete... read more
Posted on 24 August 2016 | 3:03 pm
La Señorita Vero
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