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  • Blog

    Quinoa and mango salad

    Hi everyone! Today I'm doing a salad dressed in vinegar and chia seeds. I hope you like it. Ingredients Defrosted green beans. (Source) 200 grams of quinoa. 400 millilitres of water to cook the quinoa in. 150 grams of frozen green beans (you can use them as they are or...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus recipes, 3 months ago
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    The beautiful Clervaux

    Hi everyone! How are you? A little while ago I went to Luxembourg with some friends and not only did we love the capital, but also the other different places we visited; one of these places was Clervaux. It's true that we didn't spend enough time in this city like we...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Clervaux, 3 months ago
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    Brussels

    Hi everyone! Continuing with my trips as an Erasmus student in Belgium, in this post I'm going to write about my experience in the Belgian capital: Brussels. What to see in Brussels? All journeys in Brussels always start in the same place: la Grand-Place or Grote Markt,...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Brussels, 3 months ago
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    Let the show begin! The best musicals in Madrid

    Hello! For me, as I'm a great lover of the theatre, going to a musical is one of my favourite things to do. Today I'm writing about my experience at four of the most famous musicals which have been put on in Madrid and ones I recommend seeing without a doubt. The Lion...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Madrid, 3 months ago
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    Durón (Guadalajara) 2 of 2

    The streets in the village It's true that Durón is very small, and although it has beautiful places to go for long walks and even not to bump into anyone, it's impossible to get lost. In fact, we can go on a little walk along some of the most popular streets: Mensones...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Guadalajara, 3 months ago
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    Durón (Guadalajara) 1 of 2

    Trip to Durón Durón is a village in Guadalajara, situated near Cifuentes and Sacedón to give you an example of the most well-known villages. My grandfather on my mother's side was born in this small neck of the woods on the bank of the reservoir Entrepeñas, and...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Guadalajara, 3 months ago
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    Exploring the canals in Amsterdam (3 of 3)

    Excursions from Amsterdam It seemed like a good option to take the bus to Zaanse Schans, only 30km from Amsterdam, where you'll see traditional windmills, although there are only ten which are in use nowadays. The farms and the wooden clogs factory complement the visit....

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Amsterdam, 3 months ago
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    Exploring the canals in Amsterdam (2 of 3)

    Museums In the city of Amsterdam there are many museums, where in most of them they give you student discount. In addition, there's a wide variety of things to see, from historic nature and archaeological museums to other references to sex, eroticism and alcohol. One...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Amsterdam, 3 months ago
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    Exploring the canals in Amsterdam (1 of 3)

    Hi guys! Have you thought of travelling to Amsterdam? I went there a little while ago with some friends for a few days and to be honest, it was a great experience, so I really recommend going as soon as you can. As always, to try to encourage you to go, I'm going to...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Amsterdam, 3 months ago
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    Disneyland Paris, where dreams come true (3 of 3)

    Walt Disney Studios Park Entrance to Walt Disney Studios Park There's no way you can fully appreciate Disney World if you don't go around the company's studios, for us it was very interesting. This park is divided into four areas: Backlot, Toon Studio, Front Lot and...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Paris, 3 months ago
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    Disneyland Paris, where dreams come true (2 of 3)

    Disneyland Park This park is divided into five sections: Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland, Frontierland and Main Street U. S. A. Each day we went round one park! Adventureland Adventure Isle In this area, you can go on a pirate ship, explore the caves and see a...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Paris, 3 months ago
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    Disneyland Paris, where dreams come true (1 of 3)

    The magical castle (of Sleeping Beauty) in Disneyland Paris Walk Disney universe in one park Walter Elias Disney (1901-1966) was a key figure in the history of animation cinema: as well as being the creator of Mickey Mouse, amongst other characters, "Walt" is...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Paris, 3 months ago
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    Mérida: panem et circenses (bread and circuses)

    Last year I was lucky enough to participate in a university trip to this marvellous city and see all the Roman ruins. Nowadays, the ancient remains converge in a modern Mérida and the importance and conservation of its archaeological complexes were key, now almost a...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Mérida, 3 months ago
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    The Wax Museum in Madrid

    Hi! Not that long ago I was lucky enough to go to one of the most exciting museums you will find in Madrid: The Wax Museum. Although you can't compare it to the marvellous wax museum in London, Madame Tussaud, or to the wax museum in Amsterdam, and in other cities, it's...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Madrid, 3 months ago
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    Ghosts of England - Greater London and London (6 of 6)

    Geographical location of the Greater London region (Source - modified file) Around a few years ago, we went on a family holiday and with friends to London where the adults enjoyed the mornings going sightseeing while they sent the children to English classes... what a...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog United Kingdom, 3 months ago
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    Now I'm an Erasmus student in Ghent

    Arriving at the halls of residence When I arrived at University of Ghent office to pick up my room key, I finally knew which halls of residence I was going to be staying in. Given that it was the first flat, I thought I would be on the first floor, but actually, it was...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Ghent, 3 months ago
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    Turin, it's like a city you see in a film

    Hi! I would like to share a very bella experience with you today about the incredible città di Torino (Turin). You can tell I've learnt a lot of Italian during my trip, right? Why Turin? It was one of my good friend's fault since he was staying in Turin as an Erasmus...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Italy, 3 months ago
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    A simple baked cheesecake

    I think this is the third cheesecake recipe I've posted. At this point, no one can deny that I'm a "cheese lover". When I was only two years old, I loved eating cured cheese... and even my mother was always offering me cheese from the laughing cow! I like to try all the...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus recipes, 3 months ago
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    Exploring Berlin (4 of 4)

    Excursions from Berlin I've left this to the end, a very special post to look back on and remember two trips which had a huge effect on us, for completely different reasons. These trips were to the shocking concentration camp Sachsenhausen and the incredibly beautiful...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Berlin, 3 months ago
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    Exploring Berlin (3 of 4)

    Museums Going around the Museum Island (Friedrichstraße or Hackescher Markt station) is a must if you visit Berlin. It's a place where you'll find all the most important museums: the Pergamonmuseum (Pergamon Museum), the Altes Museum (Old Museum), the Neues Museum (New...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Berlin, 3 months ago
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    Exploring Berlin (2 of 4)

    Famous monuments and guided tours Leaving the subject of tickets, getting around and "evil inspectors" to one side, which I spoke about in my previous post, I will now talk to you about our true experience in Berlin. The beginning of our adventure started in an unusual...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Berlin, 3 months ago
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    Exploring Berlin (1 of 4)

    Guten Tag! Today I want to share my experience in Berlin with you all. I had already been to Germany before, visiting a friend who lived in Heidelberg, and also enjoying my holiday in the Black Forest, but I had never been to the German capital and to be honest, I was...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Berlin, 4 months ago
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    Erasmus Experience in Alicante, Spain by Nadia

    Why did you choose to go to Alicante, Spain? I chose to go to Alicante because the university there is known to be one of the best in the translation field but it also has some interesting classes you can take on the ADE degree course (Administración y Dirección de...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Alicante, 4 months ago
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    A semester in Cluj-Napoca

    Why did I choose to go to Cluj-Napoca for one semester? For my first Erasmus semester, I wanted to discover something new. Not that I haven't already travelled a lot - at only 18 years old - but I wanted to not only explore a country I have never been to, but also one I...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus experiences Cluj-Napoca, 4 months ago
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    The Feria of Cordoba (the fair)

    In the month of May, amongst the other celebrations such as "las Cruces", "la Batalla de las Flores" and the "festival de los Patios", the city of Cordoba is buzzing. However, anyone who is staying in Cordoba in May is not out of the woods yet. In fact, every year,...

    0 by Holly in Erasmus blog Córdoba, 4 months ago

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