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  • Name: ErinAbroad
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
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Site Contributions

  • Blog Posts: 65
  • Forum Posts: 136
  • Classified Ads: 0
  • Blog Comments: 7
  • Hotel Comments: 0
  • Total Comments: 8

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  • "9 capital cities across Europe are demonstrating on Friday in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington.on Saturday January 21st. This is a peaceful rally to show that we will not accept intolerance or injustice against the hateful rhetoric, policies, and cabinet choices of Trump as t..." in the Forum Post called Women's March in Madrid & Barcelona
    Forum Post created 2 months ago
  • "A bipartisan Women’s March is taking place in Washington, D.C. on Saturday January 21st and sister marches are taking place around the world. This is a peaceful rally to show that we will not accept intolerance or injustice. There are over 600 communities globally marching at the same time...." in the Forum Post called Women's March in Rome
    Forum Post created 2 months ago
  • Book Review: French Kisses

    Book Review: French Kisses

    American author and longtime French resident, David R. Poe introduces you to the fascinating lives of 12 fictional expats. In this interview, we review the book and talk about his experiences in France.

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    Blog Post updated 2 months ago
  • "Insider Pierre shared his best tips on life & travel in France in his interview (http://www.insidersabroad.com/france/blogs/insi…) . Here are his top 3 restaurants for France: Le Chambard (9-13 Rue du Général de Gaulle, 68240 Kaysersberg; www.lechambard.fr/en/ ): A gastronomic restauran..." in the Forum Post called Insider Pierre's Top 3 restaurants in France
    Forum Post created 3 months ago
  • Expat Spotlight: Heather's Top 3 Tips for Italy

    Expat Spotlight: Heather's Top 3 Tips for Italy

    Insider Heather grew up in the American mid-west and 21 years later found herself married to her college sweetheart with 2 teenagers, 2 giant loveable furballs and living as an expat in Milan, Italy. She shares her dreams of the day her children will thank her for all the beauty and culture they ...

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    Blog Post updated 3 months ago
  • "Insider Pete shared his best tips on life & travel in Italy in his interview (http://www.insidersabroad.com/italy/blogs/insid…). Here are his top 3 restaurants in Milan, Italy: Trattoria Bolognese da Mauro (Via Elia Lombardini 14, 20143 Milan): The perfect choice if you want to eat like..." in the Forum Post called Insider Pete 's Top 3 restaurants in Milan
    Forum Post created 3 months ago
  • Learning the Local Language

    Learning the Local Language

    When you become an expat, you have a lot to learn. Not only are you confronted with an unfamiliar location with its own environment, climate, culture, and people, but most likely a different language, too. If you are not fluent in the local language, you might end up feeling like an outsider. Lis...

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    Blog Post updated 3 months ago
  • "Tim in Sicily had some recommendations for the time-starved, small-children families in Italy in his latest expat interview . None of them are fancy, but they’re good food at a good price. Rosso Pomodoro (Forum Palermo, Centro commerciale Forum Palermo, Via Filippo Pecoraino, 90124 Palermo): I k..." in the Forum Post called Restaurant Tips for Families with Small Children in Italy
    Forum Post created 4 months ago
  • "It is not hard to find churros y chocolate in Spain in winter, but some places are better than others. My favorite was Xurreria Laietana (Via Laietana 46, 08003 Barcelona). I found what I was looking for at Xurreria Laietana. This classic churros y chocolate shop has been serving up freshly fried..." in the Forum Post called Best Churros y chocolate in Barcelona
    Forum Post created 4 months ago
  • "A response came in on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/insidersabroad/) recommending Hasekura Roma. Anyone else tried it?" in the Forum Post called Sushi in Rome?
    Forum Post created 4 months ago
  • "Oh no! What a terrible experience. At least you have a good place to share. I also saw another Insider shared top picks for international food in Rome: http://insidersabroad.com/italy/blogs/student-b… Unfortunately it doesn’t mention sushi, so if anyone has other recommendations it ap..." in the Forum Post called Sushi in Rome?
    Forum Post created 4 months ago
  • Expat Spotlight: Pete’s Top 3 Tips for Milan

    Expat Spotlight: Pete’s Top 3 Tips for Milan

    I craved sunshine and a new challenge, so I moved to Italy. Here, the coffee is always superb, the cocktails are always strong and the sky is almost always blue. I’m in no rush to leave.

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    Blog Post updated 4 months ago
  • "Insider Amielle shared her best tips on life & travel in France in her interview (http://www.insidersabroad.com/france/blogs/insi…) . Here are her top 3 restaurants for France: La Cuisine des Amis (11 Rue du Pâquier, 74000 Annecy) – The food was so, so delicious and the atmosphere was wonderf..." in the Forum Post called Insider Amielle's Top 3 restaurants in France
    Forum Post created 4 months ago
  • Winter in Le Petit Village

    Winter in Le Petit Village

    Like most of the south of France, during the summer, our village would become overrun with tourists from all over Europe and the world. But in the winter, when the tourists were back in their own countries, living their own lives, the village would shrink from the thousand people it had swelled t...

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    Blog Post updated 5 months ago
  • "Thank you Evelin for taking one for the team! I misunderstood and thought it had meat. Seems like I am not the only one. So we’ve got one “no” vote. Anyone a fan?" in the Forum Post called Has anyone tried the new Nutella Burger?
    Forum Post created 5 months ago