¡La primavera, la sangre altera!
Literal translation: The spring enlivens the blood
1.Spring is in the air
2.Spring has sprung
3.The sap rises in the spring
Why do we say that “Spring is in the air”?
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Today is Valentine’s Day, a day full of chocolates, flowers, dinners, balloons and most of all LOVE. In Spain, Valentine’s Day (Día de San Valentín) is celebrated in much the same way as in the UK. No matter where you are, Valentine’s Day is a day for love and a great time to show those you love how you feel.
Did you eat the Spanish twelve grapes of luck in New Year’s Eve?
The twelve grapes of luck” (Las doce uvas de la suerte) is a Spanish tradition that dates back from at least 1895 but became established in 1909. In December of that year, some vine growers popularized this custom to better sell huge amounts of grapes from an excellent harvest.