By bcoutre on Feb 16, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
This is one of my first pictures of the Pantheon
Living in a large ancient city definitely took an adjustment. Most of the streets were windy and narrow without any sidewalks. Cars, mopeds, and pedestrians have to share the area. Navigating through all the streets was definitely a process and it [...]
By cpriebe on Feb 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
I studied abroad in Kawagoe, Japan this past fall semester. Although there were many frustrating and trying times trying to integrate into a culture so vastly different from what I was accustomed too, it was so incredibly rewarding. I met many friends, both American and Japanese, and made so many great memories that I still [...]
By cyoste on Feb 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
Older Jazz musicians from my hometown of New Orleans have proclaimed to me that the country to bring the next golden age of Jazz will be Japan. With this prediction in mind, I decided to go to a theme cafe where Jazz is not performed, but consumed. Milestone, a jazz cafe located just blocks away [...]
By jmeltzer on Feb 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
This was taken outside of the Blue Mosque.
We went with the entire group of exchange students to all of the touristy locations.
Somehow I never made it back. That is one of biggest regrets about my trip.
During a trip organized by a group of Turkish grads, we were stopped at a shady beach town.
We went exploring [...]
By dpoltavs on Feb 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
Today, Cybelle and I traveled to the beautiful city of Florence. We took the train from Termina to Florence and it took about an hour and a half. The train went really fast a total speed of about 250km/h which is equivalent to one of Andy Roddick’s serve or 150mph. The train was [...]
By lfetter on Feb 14, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
No matter which country you are planning to go to, studying abroad is an extraordinary experience; however, every experience is different, so as a seasoned study abroad student, I would like to offer three pieces of broad advice that I believe can apply no matter where you choose to go.
(1) Before you get caught up [...]
By bfischbe on Feb 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
(This blog entry originally appeared on my personal travel blog, Fisch and Chips, on September 15, 2013.):
Whew! Today was quite the adventure in London! There were plenty of famous landmarks all fairly close to each other, so I got quite a bit of sightseeing in.
I’ve been on top of my homework so far, so I [...]
By tmartin on Jan 31, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
The London Theater- Going Experience was one full of culture, sights, entertainment, and learning. The two plays I got to see at the Globe were A Mid Summer Night’s Dream, and Macbeth. On the way to Shakespeare’s Globe, I would walk across this bridge to get to the other side of the Thames river. The [...]
By knpeters on Jan 29, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
This weekend was my first weekend in Angers! I started class on Wednesday, and I was more than ready to have a few days off to explore the town.
Thursday night there was a Soirée Française at the Soft Bar, close to the school. Everyone in the program was invited to wear colors of the french [...]
By fkebekol on Jan 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
This first picture is a typical image of what you can expect to see while wandering around New Zealand. Sheep, or animal clouds, are everywhere in New Zealand! In fact, I learned that the sheep to human ratio is 4:1. There are sheep covering farms, hills, roads and they occasionally insert themselves onto college campuses. [...]