Tag Result For: paris

  • Mallory
  • University of Colorado-Boulder
  • 2017 Spring

Traveling to Paris is Amazing and Versailles is better! 03/13/17

Ciao! Or should I say Bonjour! This past weekend I travelled to Paris, France, and I can now say I have a new favorite city! Paris blew my expectations out of the water, and I am counting down the days until I can go back. Ever since I started French class in 6th grade, I […]

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  • Adam
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Fall

The Study Part of Study Abroad 11/28/16

Wait, study abroad is more than going to cool places and meeting new people? Well yeah… you’re really there to learn and get good grades. Good grades may not be as cool to talk about as my trip to Paris this past weekend, but they’re still important. I’m going to talk about the type of […]

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  • Katie
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2016 Summer

From Paderno to Paris: How Culture Shock Follows You Everywhere 06/13/16

The ever-so-familiar sound of Italian chatter swarms around me in the train station. After three weeks abroad, these conversations are simply backround noise. I used to be overwhelmed with confusion. I did not understand a word of what people were saying. I would sit in awe at how much I misunderstood. Now, my experiences are […]

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  • Drew
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2015 Fall

Why Terrorism Will Not Stop Me From Traveling: A Student’s Reflection on the Paris Attacks 11/30/15

So you’ve heard about these radical terrorist groups, right? The groups responsible for the recent attacks on Paris? The groups that have your friends and family concerned about your safety? The groups that, more than likely, has you reconsidering your future study abroad adventure? You’ve heard about them, right? Now stop. Relax. Take a breath. […]

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  • Jennifer
  • Furman University
  • 2014 Fall

Travel Week PART 2 11/26/14

How wonderful London is! How unfortunate the currency exchange rate is! London after Ireland was the English language haven that we were all so ready to enter.  We [Sam, Lindsay, Taylor, and I] arrived at the airport and headed straight to The Tube. So while walking around our first day, we begun to notice these […]

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  • Natalie
  • Texas Tech University
  • 2014 Fall

A can of beans… 10/29/14

I’ve been learning a lot here at CIMBA, it’s that whole “study” part of study abroad coming into play. I want to talk about what I’ve specifically learned from my finance professor… other than finance. I like my finance professor because she understands that we are here both to learn and to travel. Some of […]

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  • Olivia
  • Iowa State University
  • 2014 Summer

That's a wrap 07/07/14

I’ve been home now for about 24 hours, and the only feeling I have is denial. The last six weeks have been an absolute whirlwind with little sleep, and I still cannot believe it actually happened. I went to Europe, something so many people have never had the opportunity to do. I still think I […]

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  • Olivia
  • Iowa State University
  • 2014 Summer

Moral of the story: Just do it! 06/09/14

Here, there and everywhere! I have been so busy talking about my exciting weekends, I forgot to mention how amazing simple week nights can be. I remember my first afternoon that I had “free” when I was in Italy. A group of friends and I had a few hours to study and finish our homework […]

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  • Danielle
  • Iowa State University
  • 2014 Spring

Paris 03/26/14

This past week at CIMBA we had our week-long break. My friends and I decided we wanted to have a relaxing week, where we didn’t have to do a lot of walking around and sightseeing. We went to Paris, Madrid, Ibiza, and Barcelona. The only place we did any sightseeing was Paris, and I am […]

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  • Peyton
  • University of Arkansas
  • 2014 Spring

Atomic Balls and Eiffel Towers 02/14/14

Where to even begin… This past weekend was our first extended travel break, spanning from Thursday to Sunday. It began when we booked it to the airport in Venice at 6am to head to Brussels, Belgium. Once we landed in Brussels, we walked for about 2 miles with all of our bags in hand until […]

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