You are traveling around Spain and of course enjoying plenty of offered services which come along with travel. If you are coming from the US or another country which customarily tips for service, you may be a little perplexed when you are in Spain. Tipping in Spain is a bit different from what you are accustomed to.
This is a great travel guide for what to do in Brussels, where to eat and even recommended Brussels Hotels. It is our complete itinerary to visit Brussels with teens, with bonus things to do in Brussels for the Christmas and New Year season.
Our itinerary for an Amsterdam Christmas with teens, was an interesting and fun experience for sure! As you know we have visited Amsterdam several times and it is certainly a top family destination, but this Christmas vacation was one of our favorite trips to Amsterdam. By the way, we also list many things to do in Amsterdam all year too.
Ahhh Christmas dinner! That time of year when families come together and celebrate this festive holiday over a large table of food. Typically, families have their own special traditions, but this year, we are totally throwing tradition out the window. Why? Because we’re celebrating our Christmas dinner at Winter Parade.
High up in the Himalayas are two amazing places in the highest regions in the world. Sharing a border that crosses directly over the summit of Mount Everest, Tibet and Nepal are neighbors in more than one sense of the word. Not only do they share Mount Everest, by they also share many other high Himalayan mountains, since their border follows the line of the Himalayas from north to south. Therefore, more and more tourists choose the Nepal Tibet Tour and experience the subtle differences between them.
You wouldn’t think it would be a difficult task to select our 2017 Christmas destination this year, but we did have a bit of back and forth with several destinations. We want to thank everyone who made suggestions via comments, email and Facebook. None of your suggestions will go to waste, but some may have to be for a future trip. It is a double destination holiday for us, so keep on reading to find out where.
I’ve finished the very intensive Spanish course program which is organized by Diverbo, called Pueblo Español, and it’s time to tell the world about my experience. The short answer is…I had an excellent time, and it is an incredible Spanish conversation course.
Instead of writing a daily journal type of post, I’m going to cover the highlights of the week. If you’re interested in improving your Spanish by doing an immersion program, then you’ll want to continue reading.
,So you have decided to move to Spain and are fumbling around trying to figure out the requirements of the non lucrative visa, or how to apply. Perhaps you have lived in Spain for a while and it is time for you to renew your resident card. We have all of the steps needed for you to apply for the Spanish non lucrative visa as well as the process for renewal. We have helped hundreds of people move to Spain with these steps and have been through the process ourselves as well.
While Alan was away attending his Spanish immersion course with Diverbo, I went back to Spanish conversation class for a few weeks. There was a man from Norway, visiting Spain for a couple of weeks and he was in my Spanish class. Of course during class we all speak of things we know, but in Spanish and he mentioned some amazing things about his country. Naturally, I was curious and started to investigate a potential Norway vacation and found a Norway travel guide. I started to see if this could be a good Winter destination or would it be better to visit Norway in the Summer.