14 Entries Tagged with "Andy Steves"
Posted by Andy Steves on November 2, 2011.
Just yesterday I rented a bike for my stay here in Amsterdam. Having a bike in this city really opens it up to you. You can get cross-town in a zip rather than spending almost $5 for a single tram ride. It's incredible just how well-thought out the bike-friendly system is here: from the bike … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on October 20, 2011.
Since beginning my internship with WSA, many people have asked me “what makes us better?” By researching the competition and exploring numerous other tour options, I think I have a unique perspective on why WSA is truly the best option.
My first experience with an … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 22, 2011.
I am writing this on my Lufthansa flight from San Francisco to Madrid! After a wonderful (and hectic) weekend packing, shopping, saying goodbye, weighing my suitcase, unpacking, crying, and more packing, I’m finally on my way. It’s strange to begin an adventure that I … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 14, 2011.
I was just in sevilla giving a talk to some students beginning their semester abroad. I had been here before, but had really forgotten what a cool town it is. The Spanish love-of-life permeates this city and the streets are flowing with people of all ages at all hours.
A river cuts through … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on September 6, 2011.
Today I went on my first Chunnel ride and I gotta say it was smoooooth! to the point where it was almost too easy. I had an 11:13am departure, so I made my way on Paris' great metro system to the Paris Nord Train Station where I filled out a UK entry card and flew through security. I found my … More »
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The most fun, exciting, educational, and craziest weekend I had during my semester abroad. You definitely get the maximum bang for your buck with WSA. WSA provided me with an unbelieveable weekend in Budapest. After hearing from my friends about their amazing experiences on WSA trips, I had to see what all the hype was about. I chose to take part in a WSA weekend in Budapest, and I loved every minute of it. The guide, Bogi, was the best! WSA is the perfect blend of an educational/tourist expereince while also allowing for sites off the beaten path as well as kickass nightlife. You won't regret a trip with WSA.Cooper Cohen, University of Notre Dame ~ University of Notre Dame, London, Spring 2015
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