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A pasarla bien sin pasarse de 21

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Considerado por los españoles como uno de los preferidos y más populares a la hora de elegir un juego de casino. Su mezcla de aparente simpleza y requerida habilidad hacen del “21” una atractiva y concurrida opción. Continue Reading →

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Why Thrifty Travellers Can’t Get Enough of Spain

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For most people, the biggest obstacle preventing them from travelling more is the cost, whether it’s the pricey flights or high cost of living at their chosen destination. However, believe it or not, there are still areas of Europe where you really can enjoy a holiday on a tight budget. Among these elusive locations is Spain, where it’s not just easy to have an affordable holiday, but getting there is surprisingly inexpensive too! Continue Reading →

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Three Free Things to Do in Barcelona

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If you are on heavy budgetary constraints but still dying to take a vacation or trip, then Barcelona may just be the ideal place for you. You will be amazed to know that cheap holidays to Barcelona are what many travellers prefer these days, as there are several free things to do there. For example, Barcelona has a few very famous sites that allow their visitors to enter free of cost throughout the week while some allows free entry during specific days in a week. It is best to plan out your trip according to the free entry days as it would help you cover some of the best attractions that this beautiful Catalonian city has to offer. Let us check out some of the destinations that allow visitors free entry. Our three favorite free entry destinations are: Park Guell, the Barceloneta beach and El Gotico. Continue Reading →

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Saving Money in Spain: Top Tips for Teaching English

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This is a guest post from my friend Liz. Liz writes Memoirs of a Young Adventuress which is about traveling and expat life abroad. Four years ago, she said goodbye to the freezing cold New England winters and ‘hola’ to sunny, warm Spain, and hasn’t looked back. Unsatisfied living in the same place for too long, she has called several cities in Spain home, from Salamanca to Madrid, Córdoba and Málaga, and now Logroño in the north. 

Living and traveling around beautiful sunny Spain couldn’t sound more perfect. Long days spent on a sandy beach combined with dancing all night in a disco filled with energetic and sleepless youths seems like many a 20-something year old’s ideal summer, at least it is for me. Combined with the famously cheap lifestyle (150 euros for rent? REALLY?) and shockingly lax attitudes concerning work and time, living in Spain can truly feel like a never-ending vacation. But that day always comes when you pluck up the courage to check your bank account and you want to faint (“was running with the bulls worth all of that?!” and “There should be an extra digit in there!”). Continue Reading →

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