Natalia Aieta

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5 aplicaciones para decorar casas con buen gusto

¡No te pierdas éstas <b>aplicaciones para decorar la casa!</b> Realmente sorprende la cantidad de cosas que nos resuelven, aconsejan y facilitan la vida. …

La mejor comida callejera de Europa

<b>¿Planeas una escapada de fin de semana en Ámsterdam, Berlín, Cracovia o Budapest? Pues presta atención, ya que en este artículo te mostramos la</b> …

Turistas con mayor acceso a WiFi gratis en Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires ofrece a los turistas mayor conectividad al servicio de WiFi gratis de la ciudad y una aplicación para aprovecharlo al máximo.<p>Por lo …

Bad Coffee Is Dying a Slow Death in Paris

Coffee in Paris has been, historically speaking, rather dreadful—a bitter, black brew made from robusta beans. But now new cafés with a passion for good beans are slowly beginning to change French coffee culture for the better.<p>People in Paris had no idea that the coffee here was bad. There was a …

The top ten tourist traps to avoid in France

Here's the 10 tourist traps you should avoid on your next trip in France. They're the places that are so expensive, so cheesy or so crowded it feels …

10 Books to Read Before You Go to Paris

An iconic character in films, plays, and books, Paris has morphed into a destination so romanticized that it's easy for travelers to be skeptical …

Top 10 Paris Experiences… on a Budget!

Out of our six weeks in Europe, Paris was the city we stayed the longest in with seven days to spend there. After realizing almost all the big …

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5 French Phrases That Will Save You Money When Traveling in France

Save by learning these important phrases. Photo: Smilla4<p>By Bryan Pirolli, EuroCheapo.com—<p>So you're feeling like you've mastered the "<i>bonjours</i>" and "<i>mercis</i>"? Maybe it's time to kick it up a notch. Sometimes in Paris, hand signals don't always work when you are shopping or dining in a café.<p>We know …