4 Entries Tagged with "Flights"
Posted by admin on July 19, 2017.
By Lexie Pugh use the code LEXIE10 for €10 off all weekend trips
1. Make sure you’re leaving/arriving into and out of a major airport
This may sound obvious, but it could save you major money. Sometimes it is even cheaper to book a separate flight into a hub like Chicago O’hare … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on February 19, 2016.
By Andy Steves, WSA Head Backpacker
Your smartphone is so much more than a camera—use it as a tool to plan travels, stay organized, snatch last minute flight deals, book accommodations and more. Here are some of my favorite tried-and-true apps that I use while I travel in Europe:
PLANNING … More »
Posted by admin on September 12, 2015.Kylie Walsh, WSA Intern University of California Dominican
Oxford University (Fall 2015)
Every time I get on an airplane, I think that I am going to die. Now, the rational part of my brain reminds me that there is a one in eleven million chance that I will die in a … More »
Posted by admin on July 15, 2015.
By: Cody Bruton
Most of you are probably thinking that you need to buy your return flight home when you book flights over to Europe for studying abroad. Am I right? I’m here to tell you, this is the BIGGEST mistake you can possibly make during your whole study abroad experience!
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My WSA experience was incredible. It was very well-organized, and my tour guide made me feel right at home. I always felt safe, which was important to me. We got to see so much in a short amount of time, but it didn't feel rushed. I was very impressed!Katie Barglowski, University of Northern Colorado ~ St. Patrick's College, Dublin, Fall 2015
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