Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla cover
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Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla

Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla

38min |18/11/2020
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Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla cover
Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla cover
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Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla

Meet Julie: Love Story made in Sevilla

38min |18/11/2020
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Meet Julie,


She tells us how she met the ♥️ love of her life during her Erasmus in 💃Sevilla, and made a 5 year long distance relationship between New York and London work before they eventually settled in together, back where it all started: in Sevilla! ♥️ 

The struggles they went through to be reunited, the VISA paperwork leading eventually to a smooth and welcome reintegration to Spain, although a few cultural differences with the 🇺🇸US that quickly grew on her 😊

She shares her favorite places 


🌶️- El Rinconcillo: The oldest standing tapas bar that's over 350 years old. It was founded in 1670. Their specialty dish is espinacas con garbanzos (spinach with garbanzo beans). It's much more delicious than it sounds! I would recommend eating in the standing tapas area near the entrance instead of the seated restaurant section. (https://www.elrinconcillo.es/en/home/)

🥪- Bar Alfala: A tiny tapas bar with delicious dishes. Breakfast recommendation: "Tostada Andaluza," which is the traditional breakfast toast in Andalusia. It has olive oil, tomato, and Iberian ham.

🥘- Lobo Lopez: A more modern take on tapas. They offer some typical tapas dishes, as well as fusion. I would recommend any of their wok dishes. (https://www.instagram.com/lobolopeztapas/?hl=en)


along with her ➿ mixtape song 🎤"Las Cosas Más Pequeñitas" by Nolasco, reminding us to enjoy the little things in life  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWixcAWJk-w


And check out her blog for extra travel tips  https://siestaandsangria.com/

Description

Meet Julie,


She tells us how she met the ♥️ love of her life during her Erasmus in 💃Sevilla, and made a 5 year long distance relationship between New York and London work before they eventually settled in together, back where it all started: in Sevilla! ♥️ 

The struggles they went through to be reunited, the VISA paperwork leading eventually to a smooth and welcome reintegration to Spain, although a few cultural differences with the 🇺🇸US that quickly grew on her 😊

She shares her favorite places 


🌶️- El Rinconcillo: The oldest standing tapas bar that's over 350 years old. It was founded in 1670. Their specialty dish is espinacas con garbanzos (spinach with garbanzo beans). It's much more delicious than it sounds! I would recommend eating in the standing tapas area near the entrance instead of the seated restaurant section. (https://www.elrinconcillo.es/en/home/)

🥪- Bar Alfala: A tiny tapas bar with delicious dishes. Breakfast recommendation: "Tostada Andaluza," which is the traditional breakfast toast in Andalusia. It has olive oil, tomato, and Iberian ham.

🥘- Lobo Lopez: A more modern take on tapas. They offer some typical tapas dishes, as well as fusion. I would recommend any of their wok dishes. (https://www.instagram.com/lobolopeztapas/?hl=en)


along with her ➿ mixtape song 🎤"Las Cosas Más Pequeñitas" by Nolasco, reminding us to enjoy the little things in life  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWixcAWJk-w


And check out her blog for extra travel tips  https://siestaandsangria.com/

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Meet Julie,


She tells us how she met the ♥️ love of her life during her Erasmus in 💃Sevilla, and made a 5 year long distance relationship between New York and London work before they eventually settled in together, back where it all started: in Sevilla! ♥️ 

The struggles they went through to be reunited, the VISA paperwork leading eventually to a smooth and welcome reintegration to Spain, although a few cultural differences with the 🇺🇸US that quickly grew on her 😊

She shares her favorite places 


🌶️- El Rinconcillo: The oldest standing tapas bar that's over 350 years old. It was founded in 1670. Their specialty dish is espinacas con garbanzos (spinach with garbanzo beans). It's much more delicious than it sounds! I would recommend eating in the standing tapas area near the entrance instead of the seated restaurant section. (https://www.elrinconcillo.es/en/home/)

🥪- Bar Alfala: A tiny tapas bar with delicious dishes. Breakfast recommendation: "Tostada Andaluza," which is the traditional breakfast toast in Andalusia. It has olive oil, tomato, and Iberian ham.

🥘- Lobo Lopez: A more modern take on tapas. They offer some typical tapas dishes, as well as fusion. I would recommend any of their wok dishes. (https://www.instagram.com/lobolopeztapas/?hl=en)


along with her ➿ mixtape song 🎤"Las Cosas Más Pequeñitas" by Nolasco, reminding us to enjoy the little things in life  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWixcAWJk-w


And check out her blog for extra travel tips  https://siestaandsangria.com/

Description

Meet Julie,


She tells us how she met the ♥️ love of her life during her Erasmus in 💃Sevilla, and made a 5 year long distance relationship between New York and London work before they eventually settled in together, back where it all started: in Sevilla! ♥️ 

The struggles they went through to be reunited, the VISA paperwork leading eventually to a smooth and welcome reintegration to Spain, although a few cultural differences with the 🇺🇸US that quickly grew on her 😊

She shares her favorite places 


🌶️- El Rinconcillo: The oldest standing tapas bar that's over 350 years old. It was founded in 1670. Their specialty dish is espinacas con garbanzos (spinach with garbanzo beans). It's much more delicious than it sounds! I would recommend eating in the standing tapas area near the entrance instead of the seated restaurant section. (https://www.elrinconcillo.es/en/home/)

🥪- Bar Alfala: A tiny tapas bar with delicious dishes. Breakfast recommendation: "Tostada Andaluza," which is the traditional breakfast toast in Andalusia. It has olive oil, tomato, and Iberian ham.

🥘- Lobo Lopez: A more modern take on tapas. They offer some typical tapas dishes, as well as fusion. I would recommend any of their wok dishes. (https://www.instagram.com/lobolopeztapas/?hl=en)


along with her ➿ mixtape song 🎤"Las Cosas Más Pequeñitas" by Nolasco, reminding us to enjoy the little things in life  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWixcAWJk-w


And check out her blog for extra travel tips  https://siestaandsangria.com/

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