A Taste of Spain at UNH

One of the best parts of studying abroad in a new country and culture is the food! API Global Leader and Seville alumn Emmy Ciabattoni recently decided to share some of her favorite dishes at her home school – The University of New Hampshire. Check out some of the great photos below, and try to keep […]

API Alumni Spotlight: Emmy Ciabattoni

 API’s alumni programs offer returned students a chance to engage with campus in exciting ways.  This blog series will highlight how alumni plan innovative events on campus and what they learn about themselves and their API experience along the way. Meet Emmy Ciabattoni, API Seville alumna, who is serving for a semester on her campus […]

“All sorrows are less with bread”

There is nothing more holy in the Spanish diet than good bread. The best way I can describe it is like this: what rice is to the Chinese and potatoes are to the Irish, bread is to Spaniards. In fact, the title of this post is a quote from Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the famous […]

Spring In Tetuán, Madrid

Madrid is one of the European capital cities with the most sun. So, typically, the day that I decided to go around capturing spring time in Madrid it had turned cloudy and was on the verge of raining. Prior to then, Madrid had seen temperatures in the high sixties and the sun streamed down every […]

Ciao Bella

  Italian cities exude this something that can’t quite be explained.  At the risk of sounding cheesy, it’s as if they have been sprinkled with magic fairy dust because they are too breathtaking to be real.  I have been in two Italian cities, Venice last year and Rome this past weekend, and they were both […]

Stunning Views and Spanish Eccentricities – Life At Nebrija

In this blog post I want to talk about Nebrija. I am taking classes in the Estudios Hispánicos program at Universidad Antonio de Nebrija. The school has two campuses, but I go to the one that is conveniently located near my apartment, just a thirty minute walk away. Part of the walk entails going down […]

Protest Against The “Ley de Aborto”

On a whim this past Saturday, I decided to go for a walk down Paseo del Prado, a normally bustling street in the center of the city. It has a nice walkway in the middle with fountains and small gardens and is the home of many famous tourist attractions, such as the Prado and Thyssen […]