La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, Spain Culture & Cuisine / Travel

A trip to Barcelona, Spain wouldn’t be complete without a trek down to El Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, more fondly known as simply, La Boqueria, to indulge in some of the best-known items in Spanish cuisine. With an entrance off the city’s most popular street, La Rambla, the market isn’t hard to find and it’s worth fighting your way through the crowds...

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How to Pick Up a Language After a Long Break Language Resources

It is confession time, my dear friends, and my confession to you is that I have a couple of languages that I have sorely neglected these past few years. If you haven’t already guessed, likely from watching my IGLC update videos, my Italian, German, and Spanish are in need of some serious love and attention. And by serious, I mean ridiculously serious. And while I’m...

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Language Learning & Travel Tips Article Roundup | August 2015 Language Resources / Travel

Welcome to the latest installment of my favorite language learning and travel tips. These are my favorite posts for the month of August! I appreciate all of your feedback on last month’s post. Here is this month’s collection of resources for language learning and travel from around the web. Language Learning Tips How to Read Your Way to Second Language Fluency from FluentU // Reading is...

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Discover Where to Eat in Barcelona | A Review of Onofre + Spanish Food Vocab Culture & Cuisine / Travel

Tucked away on a little side street in the heart of the vibrant, picturesque Barrio Gotico (Barri Gotic), is a hidden culinary jewel. When one thinks of Spanish cuisine, the first things that come to mind are likely paella and tapas, and its the latter in which this restaurant specializes. While visiting the beautiful city of Barcelona on our most recent anniversary, M and I...

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Why Conversing In Your Target Language Does More For You Than Any Textbook Ever Will Language Resources

A few months back I reviewed one of my new favorite language learning mobile applications, HelloTalk. Since, I’ve partnered with them to bring you this post inspired by Lara. All opinions are my own. I hope you enjoy it! As I’m getting ready to take on my next language, I’ve been thinking a lot about my progress with Mandarin this past year. The difficulties that...

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An Honest and Thorough Review of Assimil Language Resources

A short time ago, I wrote a post summarizing the eight language learning resources that I use on a regular basis. Although I briefly mentioned the reason why I use these resources, how I use them and their approximate costs, I wanted to spend the time to write out thorough reviews of each of the eight resources as well. Before I get started with today’s...

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Monterey Bay | Eurolinguiste Travel

A few years back M and I had the opportunity to go up to Monterey, California to spend my birthday weekend near the ocean. To throw a little history at you, Monterey Bay was originally known as Bahía de los Pinos, but in 1595 it was renamed to Bahía de San Pedro. In 1602 the name was once more changed to Puerto de Monterey. Monterey...

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