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Our Typical Traditions

November 29, 2018 // El País - Spain - Spanish

<i>In Spain, we’ll end up celebrating Thanksgiving, eating turkey and drinking hot cider.</i> Tonight is Thanksgiving. Thousands of families gather around the table to eat. Friends and acquaintances may also be invited so they’re not alone on such an important day. The main dish is roasted turkey with cranberry [Read more]

End of the Year in the United States

December 18, 2015 // Jornal O Globo - Brazil - Portuguese

<i>The relative tranquility on the domestic economic front has allowed the United States government to develop intense international activity.</i> Thanksgiving marks the onset of the northern winter season and the beginning of the year-end festivities in the United States. It is a holiday that traces its remote [Read more]


November 24, 2015 // El Mundo - Spain - Spanish

We are between Halloween and Black Friday, and are now ending November, which is the most Americanized month in Spain. "Americans, we welcome you with open arms..." If Mariano Rajoy would have convened the elections for Wednesday, Nov. 3 — in the style of the American presidential elections — this would have [Read more]