6 Spanish Phrases for checking into your hotel
If you’re going to be traveling to Spanish speaking countries and staying in hotels or hostels, these six Spanish phrases will make checking in a little easier. Here are two phrases you can use for checking into a hotel.   There are other variations, but these are the most common, in my experience. Hacer el check-in… (0 comment)

How to say I’ll be right back in Spanish
Like many things in Spanish, I didn’t know I needed this until I was in the moment and it was too late. Once again I was caught speechless.   I know that eventually something is going to stump me, but I hate it when it’s something this simple. I don’t want to this to happen to… (2 comments)

How to ask for a ride in Spanish
Asking someone for a ride is one of those common everyday things that everyone does, and sooner or later you’re going to need to know how to ask for a ride in Spanish. Whether you’re asking a friend for a ride or asking a taxi or Uber driver, this bit of Spanish is going to… (0 comment)

50+ Spanish Hotel phrases
I remember when I first started traveling to Spanish speaking countries I was foolish enough to believe that all the Spanish I needed to know for staying in a hotel was how to check in and check out.   Silly me. Several years and a few hotels later, I’ve built up a collection of phrases based… (1 comment)

29 Spanish Movie Recommendations
If you’re wondering why I created a list of Spanish movies, it’s because I get asked for recommendations about movies in Spanish all the time and nothing ever comes to mind when the question comes up.   So I figured why not make a list I can point people to and not have to reveal that… (8 comments)

Giving your condolences in Spanish
Tarde o temprano (sooner or later) the time will come when you need to give someone your condolences in Spanish.   Thankfully it hasn’t been something that I’ve needed to do often, but not having the words to do it makes that situation even more uncomfortable, so today I’m going to share with you some of… (0 comment)