Today is Día de Sant Jordi, which is a special holiday in Barcelona. It’s all about books and roses!
Almost two years ago, our family of four moved to Barcelona. Here’s a little glimpse of what family life in Barcelona has been like for us.
When we moved to Barcelona, we had a big decision to make about our children’s education. They could go to an English-speaking school where they would speak primarily English and learn some Spanish; or they could go to a school where the primary language is Catalan, and they would have some instruction in Spanish andContinue reading “Are They Sponges? Do Children Learn Languages Faster Than Adults?”
From “enchanted houses,” to “fancy parks,” here are the best things to do in Barcelona with kids.
We’ve been living in Barcelona for a few months now, and we’re learning all the important things, like how to say “thank you,” “good morning,” and “doughnut” in Spanish and Catalan, that sandwiches are a breakfast food, and restaurants don’t serve dinner until it’s our bedtime. We’re also learning other important things like howContinue reading “Our Lives in Barcelona: Things We’ve Learned So far”