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Jasmin Pampana

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Jasmin Pampana

Current city:
Rome
City of birth:
Prato
Host university:
RUB
Home university:
UNITUS

Jasmin activity

  • Place

    200° - Duecento Gradi

    There's a place in Rome called Duecento gradi, that means two hundred degrees - but no, you're not going to burn yourself if you eat there. It is located in Piazza Risorgimento (Risorgimento square), a few meters away from the underground station Ottaviano - which is a...

    by Jasmin in Where to eat Rome, one year ago
  • Blog

    Day 3 in Verbania - Milan

    This morning's view was nothing less than yesterday's. Although it hasn't been snowing while we were awake, it must have been snowing during the night because when we woke up there was snow on the ground. So, today we woke up at eleven - since we came home more or...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus blog Milan, one year ago
  • Blog

    Day 2 in Milan-Verbania

    This morning we woke up to this. So it was a pretty exciting awakening, I must say. Me and M slept upstairs tonight, while F and Ila slept in F's room, on the ground floor. When I woke up M was already gone downstairs, so I went downstairs too. F was not at home...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus blog Milan, one year ago
  • Blog

    Day 1 in Milan

    Hi everyone! Since I've never been to Milan and I'm going there today, I decided to write here a sort of travelling diary about everything I'm going to do!  The first thing to say is why I'm going there, and that is for the graduation and birthday of a friend of mine -...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus blog Milan, one year ago
  • Place

    Hogwarts Express Store

    There has been a new opening in Rome - a shop called The Hogwarts Express. So I, as a proud Potterhead, had the moral obligation to go and check it out. It is situated in via della Reginella, approximately ten minutes walking from the Pantheon. Quite easy to reach. You...

    by Jasmin in What to see Rome, one year ago
  • Place

    Parco Chigi

    There's a place, situated in Ariccia - a small town next to Rome - where magic happens during Christmastime. It is a green area called Parco Chigi which is part of a historical palace, palazzo Chigi. It hosts a seasonal event  that lasts for the whole month of December...

    by Jasmin in What to see Rome, one year ago
  • Place

    Arnold Coffee

    The place I'm going to write about is one of my all time favourite places on earth. It's called Arnold Coffee. I fell in love with it while I was in Florence, I used to go there a lot. So I was really happy to find out that they were going to open one in Rome too -...

    by Jasmin in Where to eat Rome, one year ago
  • Blog

    Pizza!

    Everyone loves pizza. If you really thoroughly think about it, is there even someone in the whole world who dislikes it? I'm pretty sure that the answer is a loud and clear NO.  Now the thing is, what do people mean by saying "pizza"? People all over the world,...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Blog

    Easy-to-make mojito

    When you're throwing a party, or organising one, the hardest part is always choosing what to serve as cocktail. I have previously written about Sangría, which is tasty but not exactly appropriate as a cocktail. According to my personal experience, mojito is always a...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Blog

    Cinnamon rolls

    Cinnamon rolls are a super tasty treat, easy to prepare, perfect as a snack or dessert. I have to thank my Polish friend for this amazing recipe. Apparently Polish people are used to eat them often, or maybe it was just him. First of all, it doesn't take long to prepare...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Blog

    That time a cheesecake turned into frozen ice cream

    It was a lazy afternoon in the Uniforum of the Ruhr University of Bochum. Me and my friends had finished our classes for that day and we had no clue what to do. We knew that we wanted to do something all together, although we didn't know exactly what. We came up with...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Place

    Deutscher Bunderstag

    Here's to that time me and my friends went to Berlin with the Erasmus Student Network. Do you know that feeling when you find yourself in one of those historical cities and you feel the urge to visit all the most meaningful places? That's what happened to me while I was...

    by Jasmin in What to see Berlin, one year ago
  • Blog

    The Italian Lasagna

    When it comes to lasagna, as a born-and-raised in Italy girl, I'm always a bit skeptical. There are countless versions of lasagna, everyone likes to personalize it with whichever ingredient they might like. But the original Italian version it's extremely rare to be...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Place

    Sprachcafé

    There's a place in Bochum called Max Kade Hall, which every Monday afternoon turned into the "Sprachcafé". To give a little bit of context, the German word "Sprache" means "language". Basically, the idea behind it is a place with beverages and maybe snacks where people...

    by Jasmin in What to do Bochum, one year ago
  • Experience

    First days in Bochum

    After everything I've written here on Erasmusu, I thought that it would be a good idea to write about my first days on the Erasmus exchange. Those days have been the toughest ones, at least for me, because it's when I first realised that I was completely alone in a...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus experiences Bochum, one year ago
  • Experience

    Italian Night in Bochum

    I previously wrote about the time we baked biscuits with the ESN Bochum guys in the Europa Haus. Well, this Italian evening we took part in was host in Europa Haus too. It was a chance for Italian students in Bochum to show other students - both German and international...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus experiences RUB , one year ago
  • Experience

    Baking biscuits with ESNBochum

    Among the many activities and events that ESN Bochum organised, there was also an event to bake biscuits all together. There was a building in Europa Haus - where some of the dormitories were - which was big enough and had all the facilities to allow us Erasmus students...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus experiences Bochum, one year ago
  • Place

    Kölner Dom (Cathedral)

    I've always appreciated old churches, cathedrals, and artistic places in general. It really fascinates me, how great architects or sculptors or painters were able to shape something from their imagination and bring it to reality. Maybe that's why I'm always up to...

    by Jasmin in What to see Cologne, one year ago
  • Place

    KulturCafé

    Pretty much everyone can guess what the idea behind the KulturCafé is by its name. For those who are worlds apart from the German language, Kultur is "culture" and Café is "café". So the idea is to give people an inclusive space where they can have debates and talks...

    by Jasmin in What to do Bochum, one year ago
  • Place

    Dortmund Christmas Market

    Dortmund feels kind of magical during Christmas time. Actually, every German city I've been to feels special during these months. Yes, months. German cities start to host Christmas markets all over their streets since the 1st of November, right after Halloween. And they...

    by Jasmin in What to see Dortmund, one year ago
  • Blog

    Sangrrría

    Going on with Spanish recipes, this time I'm writing about the typical Spanish drink Sangría. Since I think it is really fascinating, let's start with saying something about the context. The Spanish word "sangre" literally means "blood". In fact, as you might imagine,...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Blog

    Churros

    Everyone has heard the word "churros" at least once in their life. But are you sure you know exactly what they are? I, for one, didn't. At least, not until my Spanish friend showed me home-made churros.  It was a lazy Sunday afternoon - the best ideas always came...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Blog

    Spanish Tortilla

    What would a hungry Spanish girl, a vegetarian Italian girl and a lazy Polish guy do on a Sunday evening when the shops are all closed, and they haven't eaten for the whole day? Easy answer, cook Spanish tortilla!  It is one of the most easy to prepare, fast and...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago
  • Place

    Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studios

    Have you ever wondered how does it feel to be immersed in the wizarding world? Anyone who is into the Harry Potter saga - books or movies, there's no difference - certainly has.  Needless to say that I, as a proud Gryffindor, have too. So, you all can imagine how...

    by Jasmin in What to see Watford, one year ago
  • Blog

    Polish Pierogi

    A tasty recipe, easy to prepare. While on the Erasmus exchange in Germany, I met a Polish guy and we became friends immediately. Since our cultures are incredibly different, especially when it comes to food, we decided to show each other some of the typical dishes from...

    0 by Jasmin in Erasmus recipes, one year ago

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