Mia  Doan-Nguyen

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Mia Doan-Nguyen

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    La Gitana Loca

    Well, if you are from the North, like me, you will find Spain is a damn cheap place to eat. You'd easily find tapas and cheap drinks everywhere. However, La Gitana Loca is a place where tapas are sold at 1 - 4 euros and alcohol from 0. 5 euros. I do not have much money...

    by Mia in Where to eat Sevilla, 5 years ago
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    Metropol Parasol

    Metropol Parasol I have just came back from Metropol Parasol located in Sevilla. This one is an interesting place for you if you drop by Sevilla by any chance. This place is said to be the largest wooden place all over the world which was designed by a German in...

    by Mia in What to see Sevilla, 5 years ago
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    Jardín botánico - historia de Málaga

    If you want to run away from summer heat, you might be interested in discovering this Botanical - Historical Garden of Malaga, seeing hundreds kinds of trees and flowers from all over the world. How to get there by bus? If you do not own a car, from Malaga city center,...

    by Mia in What to see Malaga, 5 years ago
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    Patios Festival (The courtyards)

    I took part in the most recent Patio festival in Cordoba, Spain on 17th May 2015. If you are flower-lover, like me, you would be really really interested the festival where the residents decorated courtyards with bunches of flowers and bonsai. The Patio Festival, in...

    by Mia in What to see Córdoba, 5 years ago
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    Cherry Blossom Street

    I have read heaps of Manga so I am so obsessed with cherry blossoms. I used to think that the only place I can watch pinky cherry blossoms falling in a spring breeze is Japan which is thousand miles away. But wait, no, you can even find it in Stockholm for a short...

    by Mia in What to see Stockholm, 5 years ago
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    Albaicin Quarter

    Albaicyn Quarter, to me, is a Muslim resident area which was influenced strongly by this religion's architecture. All the houses are painted in white with symbolic front gates and gorgeous botanic gardens. If you are lazy for a walk, you can take the bus C1 leaving from...

    by Mia in What to see Granada, 5 years ago

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