Author Archive For: Una Dimitrijevic

New Recipe: Tarte Tatin

Add a little international flair to your 4th of July Celebrations with this delicious take on apple pie! You may think of apple pie as a traditional American dish, but ...

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Scottish Myths and Legends

Scotland has a rich history of folklore and visitors from around the world have been drawn in by dexterously woven tales of magic and mischief. Here are 6 Scottish myths ...

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A Magical Tour: Exploring the UK Through Harry Potter

For the many Harry Potter fans out there, visiting the UK can seem like walking into an enchanted land, full of funny accents, eccentric characters, and bewitching castles. Many of ...

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Exploring London Through Cinema

The capital city of Great Britain has been used as a filming location for many legendary movies over the years. Some of its major sights may be familiar to you ...

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Seeing Berlin Through Literature

Berlin is a fascinating city, destroyed and re-designed throughout the 20th century, and at the heart of political events that were to shape the whole of Europe many times over. ...

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Slow Food: 3 Secrets of Italian Flavor

The concept of encouraging sustainable agriculture and locally-sourced ingredients produced with quality rather than quantity in mind has been gaining traction in recent years. But in Italy, this is how ...

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A guide to french cheek kissing

A Guide to French Kissing (It’s not what you think!)

If you’ve mastered the basics of French communication (check out The Importance of Saying Bonjour), then perhaps we can move on to more serious things. I’m assuming that during your ...

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5 Things You Didn't Know About The Mont St. Michel

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Mont St. Michel

What should have remained a bare rock in the middle of the changing tides and moving sands was shaped by legend, religion, and history to become one of Europe’s most ...

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French Onion Soup: A Cheat’s Guide [RECIPE]

I love French Onion Soup, but there was a good reason I usually only ate it in restaurants rather than at home: it took forever to make! Hours of stirring ...

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5 Reasons to Include Prague in Your Next European Trip

5 Reasons to Include Prague in Your Next European Trip

Both in terms of its geography and history, the Czech Republic may be seen as the very heart of Europe. Occupied by Celtic and Germanic tribes, the Romans and the ...

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