Travel Tips, Observations & Thoughts
Enjoy all sorts of our travel tips, ideas, suggestions and travel hacks we've picked up over the years.
Posted by Andy Steves on September 11, 2010.
I’m no stranger to the pit-in-your-stomach feeling when diving into something unfamiliar. In fact, I’m getting a little bit of that right now. I’ve studied in Europe, I’ve visited Europe and traveled around. I’ve even worked in Europe as an assistant guide for my dad’s company for 2 …
Posted by Andy Steves on September 3, 2010.
For the last few months when telling people about my business idea and model, and noticed myself saying “I’m getting tired of talking about it, and I just can’t wait to get over there on the ground and make this happen.” It was so exciting to tell people about striking out on my own. Of course I’d dumb down the challenges, and ramp up the enthusiasm, but it was fun. And I was getting the hang of it.
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The trip to Budapest was amazing! I did not know what to expect from Budapest because my roommate just told me to go with her so I was up for anything, but it ended up being one of my favorite trips so far of my study abroad experience. The hostel we stayed at gave us an excellent taste of the Budapest night life while Bogi took us to places that I definitely would not have been able to get to on my own or had known about if not for her WSA tour. It was a great weekend and I highly recommend it.Mary Reagan, Saint Louis University ~ St. Louis University, Madrid, Spring 2015
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