This city has been a joy to ride. It is flat as a pancake and has a network of protected bicycle paths.
Physically, we arrived two weeks ago. But mentally, we have just now really landed.
How to Find the Right Paella OK. Paella. Marc told me I could call ahead and reserve a paella, so the next day, at 11:30am, I call the restaurant we've chosen from this simple list with just four suggestions for places in Valencia where you can get a legitimate paella. Apparently it's easy to walk … Continue reading Operation: Paella (Part 2)
By 1pm we realize we are not ready for Paella.
The morning after traveling from the U.S. to Spain and getting to bed after midnight, I woke Bilingual Baby up for her first day of school.
Finding Each Other Last year, when MamaLingua featured me and Bilingual Baby as her first in a series about parents raising bilingual children, more people than ever read my blog. That's how a mother from Spain found me and decided to send me an email: "Creo que podemos ayudarnos mutuamente, yo con tu español y … Continue reading My Secret Language Weapon
There were some days in the beginning that my head hurt in the same way it did those first few weeks of studying abroad, hit with total Spanish immersion.