Fête des Lumiêres: Lyon Lights Up Every December

Light. That seducer of moths. The ruiner of beers. That tanner of bodies. The thing that grows Corn Flakes. We are fans of light here in Spotahome. We have a large collection of LED lamps in the office and we’re always quite keen to expand it. You may not…

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Moving House With a Cat: How to Settle a Cat Into a New Home

Written by Natalie Miller As a cat owner, you must already be aware of the fact that cats are really not too fond of change. In fact, there is nothing more stressful for them than big changes. You cannot possibly imagine how stressed they feel during and after relocation. With…

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Movember: Spotahome picks the Top 5 Mustaches

Are you a participant in the World Mustache Championship? Do you enjoy dressing up as a weightlifter from the 1920s? Do you own a mustache protector? Do you want to grow a mustache but you have answered ‘no’ to the previous questions? Then Movember is your chance to grow that…

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The Spotahome Collective

We at Spotahome don’t want to sound needy, but we need you. You completeus. You had us at ‘hello’. You make our stomach feel funny when you walk into the room. We need you because Spotahome** **is a communityand we are more than just houses, we are also want…

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Guest Post: Eating out in Madrid... Vegetarian Style

Contributed by the good people at Much Bites Eating out in Madrid can somehow be a problem. How much more so when you are vegetarian! Eating Out Vegetarian Style: Why I did it To be honest, I had never explored the vegetarian side of life. If someone told me that…

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Interview with British Musician James Jamp

I meet James Jamp in Quevedo, a circular plaza just north of the city centre. The Glorieta is named after Francisco de Quevedo, a poet and writer that was a humanitarian, a wit, and man of letters. James is a man who has a similar human approach to his art…

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Halloween Traditions in Europe!

Halloween traditions in Europe? But surely Halloween is as American as apple pie, the American flag, and eating apple pie while looking at the American flag? Well, even though Halloween is considered to be quite American today, the festivity actually has its origins in Ireland as it is a Celtic…

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