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3 Entries Tagged with "Beach"

  • Sigame y Descubra Mi Barcelona

    Posted by Intern on November 21, 2013.

    I’ll be honest….I wasn’t sure what I was going to think of Barcelona. It seems to be one of those cities that many people that study abroad want to go to (also, it has a solid reputation of having some good nightlife options as well….shocking how those two seem to go together—’tongue in … More »

    Tags: Barcelona // Spain // Sagrada Familia // Gaudi // Beach // Montjuic // Football // Gothic // Modernism

  • Nerja Caves and Homemade Gelato!

    Posted by Andy Steves on November 9, 2011.

    After a wonderful couple days in Malaga, I went the famous Nerja caves, which contain some of the oldest relics in Spain.  They were huge and damp and low lit to give the mood of super villain’s secret lair of dastardly deeds.  The beehive maze of caverns had been used as sacred burial … More »

    Tags: Nerja // Beach // Mediterranean // Relaxing // gelato

  • Malaga Adventures

    Posted by Andy Steves on November 9, 2011.

    We arrived in Malaga (this is the closest city to Granada that Ryanair- the most AMAZING, ridiculously cheap airline in Europe- flies into so I will be returning there a lot!) and went straight to the Picasso museum.  I was not the biggest fan of Picasso after seeing his work in Barcelona, … More »

    Tags: Malaga // Spain // Beach // Mediterranean // Adventure // Relaxing

Katrina Alford, Concordia University - Irvine

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This past weekend, I traveled to Budapest with WSA with a couple of friends from my university abroad, and I couldn't have asked for a better trip! After arriving at the hostel, we met Bogi, our tour guide for the weekend, who was instantly friendly and welcoming. Throughout the weekend, Bogi was an amazing guide! She showed us some great places for shopping and food, as well as the top sights around the city. You could tell she loved her job and never passed up an opportunity to share about her hometown and some of its history. She was so friendly and was sincerely interested in us as individuals and did everything she could do accommodate our priorities for the weekend (whether it was food, shopping, nightlife, sightseeing, etc.) I would highly recommend WSA's guided tours for any student studying abroad who wants to explore more than their university's city!

Katrina Alford, Concordia University - Irvine ~ AIFS Richmond, Spring 2015

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