Domingo, mayo 19, 2019
FLYING LOW COST ON EUROPE Last summer my husband and I traveled to Europe to visit many cities. We wanted to squeeze our time, so the way we handled our "commuting time" was essential to achieve our goal. It was going to be our first time in Croatia, which doesn´t yet have super modern transportation means (one of my next...
PRAGUE FOR THE FIRST TIME I longued to visit Prague for years. So when I got our airtickets I felt so excited I started planning the trip. We took a cab from the airport to the hotel, left the luggage there and went to grab the best of Prague. Good news are that the oldtown is small and everything is...
OUTSTANDING PRAGUE: WHERE TO STAY, EAT AND MORE Did I say before that it was my first visit to Prague? There were lots of questions in my mind going on like "Is Prague a safe city?" "Do people communicate well in English?" "Where should I pick my accomodation?" and many more. Those kind of quiz one has before traveling to...
FLYWITHLOLA: ARTICLE IN SPANISH RECENTLY PUBLISHED IN LA NACION NEWSPAPER Hi everyone! This time I want to share with you some good news: my article about the Paloquemao Market in Bogota was published by one of the most prominent journals in Argentina. I felt very happy when I saw it in paper and online because it was truly an intense...

HOT HANGOUT SPOTS IN PARIS

WHERE TO HAVE FUN IN PARIS In this post I want to share with you some amazing hangout spots I discovered on my recent trip to Paris. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did! Midday: Lunch at "Le Train Bleu"(The Blue Train) Restaurant I had seen so many pictures of this gorgeous restaurant that I wanted to go although...
  THE BEST 3 WAYS TO PURCHASE AFFORDABLE BROADWAY TICKETS On my last trip to NY, summer 2018, my teenage daughter suggested to get tickets for the brand new musical "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child". My whole family -except for me- is a huge Harry Potter fan, to the point that they remember complete dialogues and scenes! I was so...
PALOQUEMAO MARKET: A SURPRISE IN THE MIDDLE OF BOGOTA Everybody sitted at the table turned around and stared at me with their eyes open as dishes! I haven´t been the center of the conversation at a special dinner with my husbands´ working colleagues until that moment. Most of them were locals from Colombia and had I just met them. When...
WHAT TO DO IN PLAYA DEL CARMEN Playa del Carmen used to be a colorful fishermen town facing the Mayan Riviera. Ten years ago, the face of this village was absolutely different. One could see small lively houses painted with cheerful colors, craftsmen and women selling their products on the streets as well as fishermen working on the beachfront. It´s...
BLUE LISBON You may wonder why "Blue Lisbon"...well, I haven´t seen a sky so intensely blue in any other European capital. I went to Lisbon a couple of years ago with all my previous research done, so I knew ahead many things, such as "where to eat" or "the top things to do", the usual stuff. I wasn´t prepared to...
"THE FORGOTTEN"  As stunning and magic as Fez is, "the forgotten" embodies the opposite, a dark side assembled by excluded people who almost nobody takes care of, so deprived they are hardly noticed, not even looked at. I wonder, would the Medina be different if they weren´t there? One passes by them in the Medina, but doesn´t really see them. Always...

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