Lottie Davies

Current city:
Murcia
City of birth:
Preston
Host university:
PUC
Home university:
WARWICK

Lottie activity

  • Place

    CaixaForum Madrid

    Although I am not studying for a degree in Architecture, I can just imagine how architects and industrial designers must feel every time they visit a museum like CaixaForum in Madrid. I would think that, for them, it must be a kind of heaven or a complete dream come...

    by Lottie in What to do Madrid, 10 days ago
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    Tour through Wicklow and Kilkenny

    Find your inner peace in Glendalough, Ireland When I visited Ireland, I could only stay there for four days and that's something that saddens me. I think it's one of those places that you must stay in for a whole month and see it in its entirety. This emerald island has...

    by Lottie in What to see Wicklow, 10 days ago
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    Chateau de Versailles

    France is one of the most visited countries both in Europe and in the world, and it's no surprise considering its historical, artistic and cultural richness. If you are going to visit France (you have to do it), I recommend that you spend at least a minimum of five days...

    by Lottie in What to see Versailles, 11 days ago
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    Pad Thai

    Pad Thai - a filling option for just 8. 90€ If you are a fan of museums and you want to tackle the route through the Barrio de Las Letras, which includes the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the CaixaForum, and the most...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Madrid, 12 days ago
  • Experience

    Estefania's Erasmus Experience in Naples, Italy

    Why did you choose to go to Naples, Italy? // // // // Source How long does your grant last for? How much money do you receive as financial support? // // // What is student life like in Naples? // // // // Source Would you recommend the city and the University of...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Naples, 13 days ago
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    Rock n' Ribs

    How do you get there? The restaurant, Rock n' Ribs, has more than one branch in Querétaro: if you are close to Los Arcos, it would be easier for you to go the Bernardo Quintana branch (address: Plaza San Isidro, Boulevard Bernardo Quintana 41, Unit 5, Pathe, 76020...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Queretaro, 15 days ago
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    Food Truck Fest

    One of the things that I like the most about the growth that the city of Querétaro has benefitted from are the new leisure events that are organised, like trampoline parks (Elevat), music festivals, sporting events, and the Food Trucks festival, which was organised...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Queretaro, 15 days ago
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    Mara & Co.

    Mara & Co. is one of our favourite restaurants for many reasons: the first, it's situated on Avenida Epigmenio González, which is just in front of my university, the Monterrey Institute of Technology. Getting to Mara & Co. only takes us five minutes, as we only need to...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Queretaro, 15 days ago
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    Pura Vida

    How do you get there? The restaurant, Pura Vida, is located a little bit further out of the centre of Querétaro. Booking a taxi there, however, could end up being a little more expensive. Pura Vida has lots of free car parking spaces and is located on a large street...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Queretaro, 15 days ago
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    Murallas de Ávila

    Ávila is a city that is located around an hour and a half away from Spain's capital, Madrid. The city is beautiful, albeit not being particularly large in size, which makes it possible to visit it in its entirety in one day without needing to use buses or taxis;...

    by Lottie in What to see Ávila, 15 days ago
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    Acuario Inbursa

    One of my favourite things about long weekends is that you can visit Mexico City and find it pretty much empty in comparison to other times of year. In Mexico, we call them "long weekends" when there is a national public holiday and you don't have to work. If the public...

    by Lottie in What to do México, D.F., 17 days ago
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    Valencia Cathedral

    Valencia Cathedral is one of the city's main attractions: I would categorise it as being a 'must-see' when you come to visit this beautiful city. The cathedral is located right in the heart of the historic city centre, very close to Plaça de la Reina (Plaza de la...

    by Lottie in What to see Valencia, 18 days ago
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    The City of Arts and Sciences

    One of the main attractions, and reasons why lots of people want to come to Valencia, is the impressive architectural complex of the City of Arts and Sciences, or Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, in Catalan. It's important to mention that, although the official...

    by Lottie in What to see Valencia, 24 days ago
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    Blume Café

    If you are looking for a friendly place to have a coffee, eat breakfast, lunch, or even dinner, I would, without a shadow of a doubt, recommend Café Blume, which is one of my favourite cafés because I can bring my dog with no problems. Pet-friendly place Blume Café...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Queretaro, 25 days ago
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    Lupita: La Casa del Mexicano

    Lupita is a restaurant located in the food court of Palmas Mall. Being Mexican, I have found myself on the hunt for decent Mexican restaurants in other countries, however, Lupita has been one of the scarce few restaurants that has even come close to authentic Mexican...

    by Lottie in Where to eat Barranquilla, 25 days ago
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    Museum of Technology

    How to get there? To get to the Museo de la Tecnología, you can easily travel there by metro, alighting at the stop, Constituyentes, just leaving you to cross the street. It's located in a very convenient area in the Chapultepec neighbourhood, so when visiting this...

    by Lottie in What to do México, D.F., 25 days ago
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    Guinness Storehouse

    I think, out of all the attractions that exist in Dublin, going to Guinness Storehouse, or St. James Gate Brewery (although it's more commonly known by the former name), is one of the experiences that all tourists enjoy the most. Despite not being so close to the city...

    by Lottie in What to do Dublin, 26 days ago
  • Experience

    Scatty Manchester

    "Manchester, how ugly! ", is what the entirety of Spain thinks about the city after hearing Edurne's words during a broadcast of El Hormiguero on Antena 3. I was allocated a place to go to Manchester for my Erasmus exchange, and I was not at all excited about going. So,...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Manchester, 26 days ago
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    My Erasmus in Dublin, Ireland, by Noelia

    What appeals to you about living in Dublin? Do you recommend it? What is it like? It seems like a charming city to live in, except for the climate... Personally, I like the sun and hot weather, and it rains a lot in Dublin... But, thanks to that rain, there are lots of...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Dublin, 27 days ago
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    Old Jameson Distillery

    (Welcome to the Old Jameson Distillery! ) Almost everyone knows that the Irish love to drink! And, it's not at all a coincidence that the famous Guinness beer comes from there... if you are interested in the history and visiting the Guinness Storehouse, you can check...

    by Lottie in What to do Dublin, 27 days ago
  • Blog

    Accommodation in Belfast

    I have had many doubts when it has come to choosing accommodation during my stay in Belfast. Source The first question was: shared flat or student residence? On the one hand, being in a student residence would guarantee you certain facilities, a certain level of...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus blog Belfast, 27 days ago
  • Experience

    Visit to Manchester

    This was our second escape to Manchester, which proves that we quite liked it the first time we went, besides the fact that we have a friend who lives there. Another of the reasons why we have returned to Manchester is because it's a beautifully decorated city at...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Manchester, one month ago
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    My experience in Manchester after 9 months living here

    Hello, everyone! I am just coming to the end of my Erasmus exchange, and, after 9 months, I think the time has arrived for me to give my opinions and advice about my Erasmus destination (Manchester), which could be very useful for your future stay here. To begin, the...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Manchester, one month ago
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    Ana's Erasmus Experience in Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Source How long does the grant last for? How much money do you receive as financial support? The grant lasts for 6 months, from September to March. I receive two types of financial support: the first is from the Ministry of Education, which comes to around 2, 000€;...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Liverpool, one month ago
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    Liverpool: Capital of Culture and Pop Music

    If I was to say that there are lots of beautiful cities in England that are worth visiting, it would be the biggest lie that I had ever told. The issue is that England has lots and lots of cities - like Birmingham or Coventry - that are hideous. Liverpool is one of the...

    0 by Lottie in Erasmus experiences Liverpool, one month ago

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