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fiona jasmine sengel

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  • Blog

    Differences in terminology between Mexico and Spain

    Hello, there! How long it has been! Well, perhaps it hasn't been that long, but it seems like an age to me, accustomed as I am to writing to you all so frequently. Anyway, I'm back to tell you all some things which I've been meaning to for a while. I've been looking...

    0 by fiona jasmine in General, one year ago
  • Blog

    Swedish Supermarkets

    ICA ICA is without a doubt one of the most expensive supermarkets in Stockholm. The quality is quite good, and these are always big supermarkets where you can find all kinds of products. They are all over the city, so you won't have any problems finding one. The...

    0 by fiona jasmine in Erasmus blog Stockholm, one year ago
  • Blog

    Seville: art, nightlife, and foreigners

    For an Erasmus student, life in Seville can either be marvellous or complete chaos. I guess it all depends on which type of person comes to our city, but Seville is a place where you can find many different kinds of atmosphere. For the foreigner, though, there are many...

    0 by fiona jasmine in Erasmus blog Sevilla, one year ago
  • Place

    Big Ben

    This famous tower can be found in the city of London and is one of the world's main tourist attractions. The typical image of the well-known clock is a symbol of the country, and for me personally it's the first image that appears in my head when I hear the word...

    by fiona jasmine in What to see London, one year ago
  • Place

    Facultad de Caminos Cafe

    Eating at your faculty's cafe every day at the Complutense University of Madrid could end up being quite expensive in the long run. What usually happens is that the students who stay on campus to eat because they have classes in the afternoon bring their own food in a...

    by fiona jasmine in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Place

    Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

    Without a doubt one of the main attractions in Madrid is the famous Santiago Bernabéu stadium, opened in 1947. And, really, it's not just for football lovers or fans of Real Madrid F. C. - personally, I'm not a football fan myself, but even so I thoroughly enjoyed the...

    by fiona jasmine in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • Place

    Malaga beach (Playa de La Malagueta)

    The thing which influenced me in my Erasmus decision was the beach. It's always the thing I like the most, buy unfortunately I don't have one ten metres away from my house. La Malagueta surprised me. Most of all because of those enormous letters which always tried to...

    by fiona jasmine in What to see Malaga, one year ago
  • Place

    El Escorial

    The Royal Site of San Lorenzo de el Escorial. Madrid. Spain It is without a doubt a great place to visit if you're in Madrid (Spain). It's about 30 miles from the centre of Madrid, in the Guadarrama Mountains. It has some beautiful gardens, The House of the Prince, and...

    by fiona jasmine in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • Place

    Príncipe Pío shopping centre

    I've been living in Madrid all my life, and this shopping centre is one of the best, not just for the location if you want to get there by public transport but also for its relaxed atmosphere. I go to the cinema in the shopping centre very often, and it's great! There...

    by fiona jasmine in What to do Madrid, one year ago
  • Place

    La Descubierta

    If you want to find a bar with a good atmosphere, attentive staff (even despite the number of customers), and dishes which are at once reasonably-priced, wholesome, and appetising, then get yourself down to La Descubierta. To put it simply, it's a tapas bar which also...

    by fiona jasmine in Where to eat Madrid, one year ago
  • Place

    Santiago Bernabeu

    This is one of the cafes which impressed me most, and not just because of the quality of the coffee, which I will explain in a moment. Any madridista, or Real Madrid fan, will buy an item of clothing or some other piece of memorabilia of their beloved team if ever they...

    by fiona jasmine in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • Place

    Templo de Debod

    The Temple of Debod (Templo de Debod in Spanish) is an Egyptian temple which can be found in Madrid, in Mountain Park (Parque de la Montaña), and which has been there since 1968. It has been declared one of Spain's Sites of Cultural Interest, and it was a complete...

    by fiona jasmine in What to see Madrid, one year ago
  • Experience

    Carlotta's Erasmus experience in Timişoara, Romania

    Source Why did you choose to go to Timişoara, Romania? Because going to a country as interesting as Romania seemed exotic to me, and because the city's location on the map is exceptional. It's very close to Serbia and Hungary. It's great for travelling. Another thing...

  • Experience

    Laura's Erasmus experience in Bern, Switzerland

    Why did you choose to go to Bern, Switzerland? I liked it as a destination because it's in Central Europe, and because of the unique characteristics Switzerland has thanks to being right in the centre and combining different cultures and languages. Source How long does...

    0 by fiona jasmine in Erasmus experiences Bern, one year ago

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