8 Entries Tagged with "Weekend Student Adventures"
Posted by admin on July 5, 2017.
By WSA Intern Taylor Brady
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There was a certain distance between who I wanted to be and who I was, and that distance was approximately 3,000 miles.
I wasn’t afraid of what I was doing or what was ahead. If anything, I was most worried … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on February 6, 2015.
“Hola, me llamo Shannen”: How to Make International Friends While Studying Abroad
By: Shannen O'Brien
If I’ve learned anything from my last semester abroad in Madrid, it’s that at some point (if not already) you feel like you’re a freshman again. Throw in a foreign … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on July 22, 2014.
When American girls flood a European city the locals definitely take notice. How can they not when there’s a group of 6+ girls walking the streets all trying to talk above each other and stumbling in their wedges. It makes for quite a scene even if you don’t realize it. We’ve compiled the top … 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 August 26, 2011.
On my run this morning I went out along the bay to one of Dublin's lighthouses. It was a beautiful, sunny day—the type you wouldn't normally associate with this city. On my way back I came across a mother and her three young children. One—sippy bottle in-hand—threw out her arms and demanded, … More »
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I've been in Europe since the beginning of January and have traveled every weekend. This Easter Weekend was by far the best one. The hostel was perfect and super convenient, I made a ton of new friends, and our guides (Andy, Rhianne, and Elena) made sure we saw absolutely everything in the city. The meals included were all absolutely delicious, and Andy even brought snacks every once in a while to hold us over in between meals. We were given our Easter Mass tickets the night before and strategically planned to be in the front for mass. We followed Andy's suggestions and got to sit in the very front for Mass. The wait was worth it and so was every cent of the trip's cost. I barely spent any of my own money, just on transportation to and from the airport, gelato, and food on my last day there. I would 100% recommend this company to all of my friends!Crystal Cascante, University of Florida ~ AIFS London, Spring 2016
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