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26 Entries Tagged with "Travel"

  • How To Experience Europe Without Breaking Your Wallet?

    Posted by Andy Steves on November 20, 2014.

    by Agnes Lark, guest columnist

    Many have talked about the high consumption in Europe and it's barely something new. Have you been longing for a European trip but worried about your wallet getting thinner? There are actually just a few easy steps and soon you'll find it's possible to realize … More »

    Tags: budget travel // Turkey // Travel // Europe // Adventure

  • The Top 6 Things to Bring on a Budget Airline

    Posted by Andy Steves on November 20, 2014.

    by Danielle DeSimone, guest columnist

    (1). Your Printed Ticket: Always remember that with budget airlines such as RyanAir, you may check-in online anytime between seven days and two hours before your flight. After checking in online, you can print out your boarding pass, which you will later … More »

    Tags: Travel // Study Abroad // Europe

  • Why Budapest?

    Posted by Andy Steves on November 3, 2014.

               Of all the places I thought I’d visit during my travels, never did I imagine I’d end up Budapest, Hungary. Because the city has so many diverse activities to offer, this trip really has something for everyone. I was fortunate to spend the past weekend, Thursday through Sunday, … More »

    Tags: Budapest // Hungary // Travel // WSA // 2014

  • Why everyone should visit their Mother Country(ies)

    Posted by Andy Steves on October 7, 2014.

    by Shannen O'Brien, Madrid Intern

    It’s pretty common for Americans to refer to the US as a melting pot, where many ethnicities and cultures all blend in together. For Americans studying abroad in Europe, there isn’t a more perfect opportunity to visit the country where your ancestors … More »

    Tags: Ireland // Spain // Madrid // Dublin // Travel // Study Abroad // heritage // melting pot

  • A Day in the Life….

    Posted by Andy Steves on October 6, 2014.

    A Day in the Life… with Maria Sorkin, Seville Intern

    So I’ve been here in Seville for almost an entire month now (!!!!) and with orientation classes over with and having started classes at the University of Seville, I’m starting to finally get into a bit of a routine here. While I’ve … More »

    Tags: Spain // seville // Study Abroad // Travel // student

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Jamie Jekel, Swansea University

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Kevi was AWESOME! I would've been so incredibly lost without his guidance and knowledge of the city! I loved getting to see Paris with other students studying abroad, too(:

Jamie Jekel, Swansea University ~ Swansea University, Spring 2016

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