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Amy Stamford

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Spain
Murcia
United Kingdom
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Places by Amy

  • Paris Saint-German Football Stadium

    Parc de Princes, as the stadium is known, was built on the outskirts of the city, outside of the ring road. It is located 4 kilometres south-west of the Eiffel Tower, and less than 1 kilometre south of the Bois de Boulogne and the tennis complex Roland Garros. If...

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  • Benalmádena Beach

    This summer I went on holiday to Benalmádena and one of the most popular activities for everyone who goes on holiday to the coast is going to the beach, and also walking along it in the evening. It is also great to go to one of the beach bars and enjoy a refreshing...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Heineken Experience

    The Heineken Experiences is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Amsterdam, the main factory of the worldwide known Heineken and the place where it was first founded. How to get there? Walking: From the Rijksmuseum, it is a 10 minute walk along the...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Arthur's Seat

    Edinburgh is the main city in Scotland where I was lucky enough to stay for three weeks thanks to the amazing DEP grant from the Ministry of Spanish Education. I was there a year and a half ago. The aim of my stay was to take a language course, which I did, but I also...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • From Albufera to Perellonet and the beaches of Sueca

    Once again I'm going to talk about another new route in Valencia, I have already talked about some in my other articles but Valencia is lucky enough to have long paths with good bicycle tracks, perfect for cyclists but also great for walkers. So you should do the route...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Formentor

    This island, located south of Ibiza, takes my breath away beach each time I go there. I have been three times now, but each time is as good as the next. The hot weather is unbeatable, and for that reason you have to wear sun cream all over your body so that you don't...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • World Trade Center

    The twin towers of the World Trade Centre were more than just two simple office buildings. They were a symbol of belief for New York City in themselves. Built at a time when the future of New York seemed uncertain, the towers restored confidence and helped to put an...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Columbia University

    The links between the University of Columbia and the city of New York go back a long way, right back to the foundation of the University of Columbia in 1754, when it was originally King's College. 50 years before King George II of England established it by royal...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Le Marais

    By Patrick Belioux for The Paris Times Known since medieval times as "The Swamp", Le Marais boasts a wealth of architectural styles. Focusing on less famous buildings, Patrick Belioux guides us through its history in chronological order and helps us to learn more about...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • The Latin Quarter, Paris

    The name makes you think of images of Bohemian Paris at its peak. Despite its numerous renovations, leading to its loss of identity, the countless streets that make up this area continue to attract tourists and Parisians. Originally, the quarter was home to the students...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Eiffel Tower

    During the winter of 2014, my friend Yuliana and I, who was only in Europe for two weeks, started our journey across the European capitals. One of the places we wanted to visit most was Paris, and of course go to visit one of its most famous monuments, the Eiffel...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Hyde Park

    Hyde Park, which opened its doors to the public in 1637, is the oldest of the various royal parks in London and makes up one of the five that are connected in London, forming a giant green lung in the middle of this vibrant city. The park is famous for its Speaker's...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace is located in Westminster, London, and is known by people all over the world for being the home of the Queen of England. It is used to host several royal occasions, entertainment and is now one of the most famous attractions in the world. However, the...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • The Alhambra

    Antonio... what are you going to talk about now? Today I am going to talk to you about somewhere I have been meaning to talk about. Especially if you are studying in Granada, I haven't mentioned it yet. The place is the Alhambra and of course everyone has at least heard...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Santa Bárbara Castle

    Recently I have been to Alicante city, the capital of the province and the second capital of the Valenciana community, after Valencia. I will explain the monuments there in more detail, such as Santa Barbara Castle. How to get there There are multiple ways to access...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • La Torre de la Horadada

    General Information La Torre de la Horadada is a beach town located on the Mediterranean sea which can be found in Alicante, and belongs to the Pilar de la Horadada municipality. However, it is very close to the Murcia region, just above the beaches on the Mar Menor,...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Peter Pan Statue in Kensington Gardens

    Peter Pan, the hero of our childhood, at least mine anyway. Who hasn't dreamed of going to visit Never Ever Land? I grew up watching Disney films and this story set in London was always one of my favourites. Years passed by and then someone special came into my life...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Cabo de Palos

    A general overview of Cabo de Palos Cabo de Palos is located in Murcia, just next to La Manga (which I have spoken about in another post) and belongs to the municipal of Cartagena. It is a coastal town, in South East Spain and is on the Mediterranean Sea. Firstly, I...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Central Park

    The park is made up of several lakes, theatres, ice rinks, fountains, tennis courts, baseball fields, many playgrounds and other facilities. It is also home of the Central Park Zoo and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Especially during weekends, which is when cars are...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • El bando de la huerta

    El Bando de la Huerta is the most important festival of Spring in Murcia. The Spring festivals of Murcia are always celebrated the week after Semana Santa (Easter week), and el Bando de la Huerta is celebrated on the Tuesday of this week. I am going to tell you what El...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Rialto bridge

    Rialto Bridge is the most famous bridge in the whole of Venice, it is a must-visit and no tourist can miss out on its beautiful architecture and its historical significance. It is one of my favourite tourist spots and highlights the Venetian culture, one of the most...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago

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