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    Rute Chocolate museum

    Principally in this document I am going to centre on what to visit in Rute, above all the museums. Before I do this, I am going to talk a little about the characteristics and peculiarities that this small Cordovan town has. Location Rute is a village or town in the...

    by Evie in What to do Córdoba, 2 days ago
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    Modes of transport in Lima.

    Hello everyone! Today I want to give all the future and new students tips to be able to move throughout my city, a city with 9 millions inhabitants and with truly diabolical traffic in the rush hours (as we say here), that are from 07:00 hrs until 09:30 hrs and in the...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus blog Lima, 2 days ago
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    Source Let's move a little away from Medellin, staying in the Valley. Envigado, to the south, one of the richest municipals in the country is connected to the city by Metro and makes up part of the Metropolitan area. In the border between Medellin and Envigado, next to...

    by Evie in What to see Medellin, 2 days ago
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    Cetatea de Scaun a Sucevei

    Source Si viajas por el norte de Rumanía, en la región histórica de Bucovina, región de Moldavia, hay que visitar Cetatea de Scaun a Sucevei, que es un fortaleza medieval situada en la ciudad de Suceava, Condado de Suceava. Fue construida en el siglo XIV durante el...

    by Evie in What to see Suceava, 2 days ago
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    Source The stadium is the nerve centre of Laureles, the beautiful moneyed commune of an imperial name. Like in the settlement, with a road along the canalization, small jungles where the bamboos shine with real fluorescent at night whilst the restaurants and bars...

    by Evie in What to do Medellin, 3 days ago
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    How to pack my Eramus suitcase?

    Source How can you fit a year in a suitcase? or better said, how do you squeeze a year into a suitcase? One of the major struggles in your head (apart from all the paperwork) is how to transport all your clothes to your new home. For this I bring you a load of advice...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus tips, 3 days ago
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    Erasmus experience in Bath, United Kingdom by Sonia

    Source Why did you choose to go to Bath, United Kingdom? I searched for a city within England but that was not too big, I think that is better when you are going on Erasmus. My university had two options; Birmingham or Bath. Therefore, I stuck with Bath, I saw that it...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Bath, 3 days ago
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    Darling Future Erasmus...

    He just quoted Nerea from # erasmussinmaletas:Why Birmingham? , and I already explained the Perché Padova, but what I did not say was eat Padova. One of the fears of the Erasmus is, surely, the language. In my school, you can see clearly that in the list of Erasmus...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus blog Padua, 4 days ago
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    Erasmus experience in Urbino, Italy by Beatriz.

    Why did you decide to go to Urbino, Italy? Honestly, I chose it by elimination since there were few options of destinations that they gave me to do my Erasmus at, although I regret nothing for having chosen it as it has been an unforgettable experience. How long was the...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Urbino, 4 days ago
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    The University of Belgrano

    Source The University of Belgrano is the university in which I studied at during the Intercambio in Buenos Aires. There a load of universities in this capital and I think that at least for me, as I was in this one, that I have the power to talk about it. I didn't...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus blog UB , 5 days ago
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    Erasmus experience in Lausanne, Switzerland by Carlota

    Source Why did you choose to go to Lausanne, Switzerland? To learn French, for the prestige of the university and to be able to ski. How long did the scholarship last? How much financial support did you receive? 9 months. I am still not sure how much money I...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Lausanne, 8 days ago
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    Night life, Wroclaw

    The night life in Wroclaw is one of the most spectacular things of Erasmus. There are a series of key days to go out (or at least it was that way last year). Students usually go out Mondays (a key day), Wednesdays (sometimes) and Fridays. Now then, you will ask...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus tips, 8 days ago
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    Experience in Santiago de Chile, Colombia de Santiago.

    Source How did you find living in Santiago de Cali? Would you recommend it? What is it like? It is a city full of folklore and parties. Its climate is hot and humid as it is located within the wall and the valley. The people are friendly and they love making friends...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Cali, 8 days ago
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    The Castle of San Felipe de Barajas.

    The Castle of San Felipe de Barajas is one of the main tourist attractions in the city of Cartagena and personally, I class it as a "must-see" as you can't miss out of the experience of the ascent. The castle, which is rather a fortification, is considered as a World...

    by Evie in What to see Cartagena, 8 days ago
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    Experiencia en Medellín, Colombia por Luisa

    Fuente ¿Qué te parece Medellín para vivir? ¿La recomiendas? ¿Cómo es? En pocas palabras Medellín es un lugar genial para vivir. Es una ciudad cosmopolita con un gran variedad de cosas para hacer, hay muchas restaurantes, bares, pubs y parques (Poblado, Laurels,...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Medellin, 9 days ago
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    Experiencia en La Paz, Bolivia por Francois.

    ¿Qué te parece La Paz para vivir? ¿La recomiendas? ¿Cómo es? Creo que La Paz y Bolivia en general es un lugar genial para conocer. Si quieres conocer Sudamérica, entonces Bolivia es el país con la mayor parte de pueblos indígenas en todo del continente...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences La Paz, 9 days ago
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    Park Arví in Santa Elena

    Description Park Arví is located in Santa Elena. When I visited it was a wooded area and it had a very different climate to Medellin. If you go, I recommend that you wear comfortable and warm clothes. Is it the traditional zone of the chair makers, the ones who prepare...

    by Evie in What to do Medellin, 10 days ago
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    The Museum of Modern Art or MAMM

    Description When one goes to the MAMM (Museum of Modern Art, Medellin) one can appreciate the architecture from outside which is different to any museum. This is because it was an old train station before and as you enter the building it will become more evident. The...

    by Evie in What to see Medellin, 10 days ago
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    The city of eternal Spring

    To begin I am still thinking of the most appropriate way to talk about this beautiful city, starting with its architecture, its people, its climate, its culture or with my first impression... My first impressions Medellin already has international fame for being the...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Medellin, 10 days ago
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    25 reasons to live in Bueu

    Hello again everyone! Today I am going to pull a special entry out of the bag: 25 reasons to live in Bueu. There is no place like home. Well, let's begin! 1. -The Climate. We enjoy a mild climate, throughout the winter as well as summer. It is not extremely cold nor are...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus blog Pontevedra, 11 days ago
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    Erasmus experience in Szeged, Hungary by Miguel

    Source Why did you choose to go to Szeged, Hungary? To make a list of destinations, I primarily selected Budapest and in second place, Szeged, as a city in the same country. A friend at my university spoke very highly of Erasmus to me and I accepted the...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus experiences Szeged, 11 days ago
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    Interview with three friends in Lodz

    Source And it is time to put aside a few articles for the saga of "it's time to know something about Poland", because there comes a time when so much history, economy, politics, etc. tires; and of course you have to give the public everything, so I have not been able...

    0 by Evie in General, 12 days ago
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    Calle Capón "China Town"

    China Town is on one of the most lively places in the centre of Lima and it is also known as the 'Calle Capón'. During summertime you can enjoy buying a passion fruit raspadilla (a shaved ice drink made from glacier ice in Peru and Bolivia) with strawberries or...

    by Evie in What to see Lima, 12 days ago
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    Crepes, oh la la!

    Good evening my little ones, good Wednesday? Today I thought about taking a little leap and not telling you about anything (for now) and focus on something very important: food :D. And what a meal, my god... Because I have come to tell you about the wonderful and...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus recipes, 30 days ago
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    Sugar cane: juice and unrefined sugar

    The sugar cane gives us raw sugar, in its natural state. It can be consumed by extracting its juice (either by sucking the cane itself or by crushing it with special machinery) or by making the panela (unrefined sugar). As well as obtaining the white sugar, it is...

    0 by Evie in Erasmus recipes, 30 days ago

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