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A few weeks ago, I spent a weekend in Paris. There I met up with a friend of friend, Clement, and we talked about the difference in language formality between French and English. When is the informal “you” form used? When is the formal “you” form used?
The best place to be on a Sunday in Buenos Aires is San Telmo. I have now spent two Sundays at what started as an antique market and has expanded into a weekly street fair and extravaganza. Vendors line Calle Defensa from the Plaza de Mayo all the way to the original market in San Telmo.
Spain is generally thought of as a united country, with the exception of the Basque region in the north, which desperately wants to secede. As I found out this past weekend in Barcelona, that image of unity is not always the truth
Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to live, work, study and play in London through a university study abroad program. Though I read my fair share of guidebooks before moving to the city, there were a few things that I learned firsthand when I got there.