Author Archive For: Una Dimitrijevic

spanish gazpacho recipe

Authentic Spanish Gazpacho [RECIPE]

I don’t know about you, but I’m trying to do all that I can to hold on to that feeling of summer. Yes, there’s the excitement of the new school ...

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6 Paris Museums to Visit and Leave the Crowds Behind

You’re a well-worn traveler by now, I’m sure. You’ve probably been to Paris a bunch of times and you could find your way to the Mona Lisa blindfolded. So next ...

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The Real Salade Niçoise recipe

The Real Salade Nicoise [RECIPE]

Summer is upon us, for those in the northern hemisphere at least, and the lucky ones will soon be jetting off to a beach-side holiday. The luckiest might even be ...

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French language resources: The Importance of Saying Bonjour

The Importance of Saying Bonjour: A Guide to Speaking French in France

If you’re contemplating a trip to France anytime soon, there are a few key phrases you should probably learn. ‘Bonjour’, ‘merci’ and ‘un café américain et un pain au chocolat ...

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The Art of Cheese A Guide for Teachers and Students

The Art of Cheese: A Guide for Teachers and Students

Is there anything quite so varied and wonderful as cheese to delight a food-loving visitor to Europe? French cheese, in particular, is like a melody in your mouth; but a ...

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sketching on an educational tour

On Sketching

Traveling in a new place can be an overwhelming experience. I was reminded of this fact on a recent holiday in Andalusia. When you see so much splendor, so many ...

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Slow-Cooker Poulet Basquaise [Recipe]

Slow-Cooker Poulet Basquaise [Recipe]

I have never seen a slow-cooker sold in France, which is why I hold on to mine like a little treasure. It seems like such a practical thing for a ...

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educational tour to Paris for Art Lovers

Paris for Art Lovers

If you’re a real lover of art, whether you’ve been to Paris before or not, it can be hard to know just how to see it all in the few ...

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The Ghosts of Venice Past

The Ghosts of Venice Past

It’s not only during Carnival season that the magic of Venice’s past comes alive before our eyes. For those who know how to listen, stories of those who shaped the ...

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educational tours to andalusia

Discovering Andalusia

Although Tour Managers are usually the experts, sometimes we too travel into unfamiliar territory and get to feel the delight of discovering a place for the first time. For me, ...

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