Guía del barrio más cool de México City: La Roma

Attention all cinephiles and wanderlust enthusiasts! Ready to embark on a journey to the most cinematic destination in Mexico? If you’ve seen Alfonso Cuaron’s masterpiece ‘Roma’, you’ll understand how this city has a classic aura that transports you back to a romantic past. However, the reality is that Mexico City has rapidly changed over the years. That’s why I invite you to join me in exploring this vibrant , quarter. And also learn how to talk about the changes in time and history by mastering the Present and Imperfect Tenses in Spanish. So pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

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ÂżEl tequila y el mezcal son lo mismo?

The most famous Mexican alcoholic drink is, no doubt, tequila. ¡Ay, ay, ay! Mexican food and drinks are well appreciated around the world, and we won’t discuss their quality. But let’s get serious, is tequila really the Mexican “national” drink? Are there other interesting ones? What about the new sensation: mezcal? In this post, you will learn the difference between tequila and mezcal and you get to know how to use the basic comparative connectors in Spanish.

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15 lugares que visitar en Ciudad de MĂ©xico

Known as “the City of Palaces”, the city where The Great Tenochtitlan once stood offers you lots of cultural activities, many museums to visit, intense nightlife, as well as restaurants, cafes, sports activities, and many ways to have fun. We all know Google is an excellent help in deciding what to do in a massive city and how to get there. But if you’re looking for local recommendations, this post is for you. You’ll find out the 15 best things to do in Mexico City and how to get there by using the prepositions and adverbs of place in Spanish.

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Las mejores ciudades iberoamericanas para ir de museos

Ibero America, that region formed by Spain, Latin America and Portugal, is a territory full of life and color. Of course, we all love paella, Porto, arepas, grinjas, tequila and caipirinhas. And this is also culture, don’t take me wrong. But what about Culture, the one in capital letters? What about the food our brain needs? In this article, I’ll share with you the best cities in these countries to visit amazing museums and you’ll learn how to use ordinal numbers in Spanish. And of course, I’ll give you some recommendations on which museums to visit “primero” (first).

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11 actividades para disfrutar Madrid como un local

Travel as a traveler and not as a tourist is an art almost as sophisticated as conjugate regular verbs in Spanish. Learning both skills is the goal of this post, which gives you the keys to truly enjoy this amazing city and the formula of Spanish conjugation.

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