10 Entries Tagged with "Barcelona"
Posted by Andy Steves on March 30, 2011.
After our successful adventure in Dublin for St. Patrick's, I hopped on a RyanAir flight down to the Iberian Peninsula. Catalunya was going to be my home for the next two weeks. I was particularly looking forward to Barcelona because it's the first time I've been able to stay put for more … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 14, 2010.
In my travel workshops that I’ve given over the last couple years, a consistent theme of my tips are seek out what you enjoy doing back at home here in Europe. Pursuing your own passion allows you to bridge cultural gaps through sharing what excites you with someone of a completely … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 13, 2010.
This morning I had a meeting with the Study Abroad director at UAB, the third largest university in Spain with what sounded like over 50,000 students across at least 4 campuses throughout the city. I made this appointment to continue learning about the industry we’re catering to. … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 7, 2010.
A Lesson in Not Judging a Book by its Cover
On my first day here in Barcelona, I went on a long walk to get oriented with the city. I had been here once before back in 2005 with my buddy Alex when we were backpacking around the continent. In an effort to save money, we booked the … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 3, 2010.
Today, Pat and I made the easy connection into Barcelona. A couple days before, I received an email warning that there was a general public strike scheduled for our day of travel, Wednesday. When it comes to travel, I find that having some flexibility in my schedule is endlessly … More »
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This past weekend a group of my friends and I decided to go to Budapest, but wanted to go with a group because we were unsure of what we wanted to do and how to plan our trip. Booking the trip through WSA was the best idea we ever had. It was basically all planned out for us (excluding flights). It was great because there were plenty of things planned for us that were included in the package, but there was also a bit of free time for us to explore the city and do the things we were most interested in. I really enjoyed the caving and thermal baths we visited during our trip! Also the hostel that was booked for us through WSA was great and our tour guide, Bogi, was amazing! I would definitely recommend this trip to everyone and am happy to say that I will be booking more trips with WSA in the future!Danielle Maclain, Concordia University - Irvine ~ AIFS Richmond, Spring 2015
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