This weekend was one for the books! It was one of the most tiring but eventful weekends that I’ve had since I started my abroad experience. I left to Edinburgh, Scotland on Thursday night. The temperature was freezing, but wow, was I amazed by the people and the city. I didn’t expect much from this city … More Eventful weekend!
London is very different than America, and one of the reasons has to be the fact that British people do not celebrate Halloween the way Americans celebrate it. While yes, many people are festive and dress up, they all wear the same costumes. In America, I barely see any of the same costumes (except in college, where … More Halloween weekend
After Rome, I decided to visit a close friend who happened to be studying abroad in Milan, which is just a three hour train ride from Rome. The last part of my break didn’t start out so well. I had to take a train to a different train station to transfer, and then from there I had … More Milan, Italy!
Wow, what a dream to visit this ancient city during my 10 day break. If I’m honest, the city itself wasn’t the best, but being able to visit all the historical locations in the city was an amazing opportunity. I still can’t believe I got to visit these sites for a couple of days and enjoy the sunshine … More Rome, Italy!
Hello again! So in the U.K. we get a midterm break for a whole week, which is exciting because it is the perfect opportunity to travel! It also means that student housing in London gets quite lonely since everybody is out and about. So I’m going to get out of London and see some cool stuff, too! I … More Midterm Break in Ireland!
Everywhere I go, whether it be by foot or by taking the Underground (also known as the Tube), this city has not disappointed me.Luckily, I have Fridays off to travel and explore the city. One thing I’ve made a habit of is picking a random Underground stop, get off there and explore the surrounding area. This Friday, … More Hidden Gem: Borough Market, London