The Most Delicious Crêpes in Paris, France Culture & Cuisine / Travel

Over the past few years I’ve collected quite a few fond memories of time spent in the cuisine with friends and family, stirring crêpe batter over friendly banter. I’ve learnt the trade, racking up time taste-testing for Mamie, while toning arm muscles, working the spatula through a bowl of batter large enough to serve a small army. And still, the leftovers almost never make it...

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Rooftop Bars in Barcelona, Spain | Eurolinguiste Travel

After visiting Le Printemps, a rooftop café in the heart of Paris, France, a new travel obsession began for me. The search began. Paris couldn’t be the only city with incredible rooftop views. When we started planning our trip to Barcelona, one of the first things I researched were rooftop cafés and restaurants. Lo and behold, we had more than enough to keep us busy,...

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Russian Step-by-Step | A Language Course Book Review Language Resources

As I announced a short time back, I recently began studying Russian. Of course, even though I started out ready and equipped myself with my Top 8 Resources, but I’m always on the lookout for new materials, especially those created by companies that specialize in particular languages. I had seen Russian Step-by-Step on various social media channels, so when they contacted me, I was familiar...

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Clear the List | A Monthly Goal Setting Linkup Eurolinguiste

Hey all! Welcome to our #clearthelist linkup (formerly known as Maximize Your Month). For those of you just joining us, #clearthelist is a goal-sharing link up that I co-host with a team of amazing travel and language bloggers. If you haven’t met them already, they are Lindsay of Lindsay Does Languages, Esther of Local Adventurer, and Mariah of Food, Booze & Baggage. We’d absolutely love for you to a...

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The Best View of Paris | Le Printemps Travel

I don’t quite remember where I heard about it from, but on my last trip to Paris, France, my sister took me to a place with the best view of Paris. And the most awesome thing about it? It’s totally gratuit. (Don’t worry, I have a glossary of French words used in this post at the bottom of the article!) And despite the great price and...

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Interlinear Books Review| A Dual Language Book Language Resources

I discovered my first dual language book while at FNAC in France quite a few years ago. It was before language learning became something that I actively pursued, but I cherished that book. In fact, it still has a place on my bookshelf right above my desk. It was a French-English version of Sherlock Holmes that offered a side-by-side translation of the text. (And you...

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An Ode to the French Countryside Travel

I have a great love for the French paysage. I have fond memories of hours on trains watching les petits villages, small towns and Robin Hood-esque forests pass by my window. For those who visit France, but still want to experience Paris, you don’t have to drive far to visit the French countryside, but it’s worth considering some of the country’s other départements to get the full experience...

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