6 Entries Tagged with "Adventure"
Posted by admin on September 11, 2015.
Dom Stanford, WSA Intern
Daunting, intimidating, and downright terrifying are three words that perfectly describe the moment when you decide to up-root and disappear somewhere. It’s no mean feat working out where to go, how to get there, and what you’ll do when you arrive. Here’s a … More »
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 »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 17, 2014.
Each summer seems to fly by faster than the last one. But when Summer fades into Fall, there are still a load of things to do in the beautiful city of Prague. When Prague comes to mind, you probably see the striking architecture before your eyes, and you start salivating at the delicious Czech … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 14, 2014.
By Lucie Levine, Barcelona Intern
When I arrived in Barcelona, I was jet-lagged, confused, anxious, nervous, and pretty much terrified. I didn’t have many expectations; I guess I had basic ones – to travel, make friends, and, obviously, study. I wish I had known what I know now: the first … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on November 9, 2011.
Almost all the famous palaces, churches and monasteries in Spain are built on the skeleton of a building that was destroyed before it, yet the Alhambra is pure original beauty. The tour begins through a good-luck arch (if you walk through it holding hands with a lover you will married … More »
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I definitely have WSA to thank for my exceptional experience in Amsterdam. One would think 4 days isn't enough to tour a city but WSA facilitated an optimum weekend full of sightseeing and fun. Amsterdam may have a notorious reputation for its lax drug and sex culture but there’s so much more to the city. Luckily, our tour guide, Arthur, native to the Netherlands, steered us away from the tourist traps and showed us around his beloved city, highlighting all of its gems. I'd definitely like to try other WSA trips in the future. It's hassle free traveling with an awesome itinerary - nice that the tour guides are flexible with the schedule and willing to cater the itinerary to the group's interest! Highly recommend WSA to any student with only a weekend to see a city.Lauren Wallender, Elon University ~ Fall 2014
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