Tag Result For: travel tips

  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

Remembering your Study Abroad: 4 Ways to Document the Experience 03/10/16

Studying abroad flies by. I am pretty sure I have mentioned this in every one of my posts, but it just continues to fly by; there are so many fun trips, incredible cities, and unforgettable experiences that they all seem to blend into one awesome city or weekend. In the last 10 days I have […]

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  • Emily
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2016 Spring

Top 6 Must-Try Foods during Your Trip to Italy 03/09/16

I had the amazing opportunity of spending this last week on a lil’ Tour De Italy, with an added bonus of having my mom by my side (S/O mom for the unforgettable trip!). We bounced from Venice to Cinque Terre to Siena to Florence. Along the way we had our fair share of museums, churches, […]

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  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

What Actually Happens When You Study Abroad? 02/26/16

I am now over one month into my study abroad experience…wow…..I still can’t believe that I have been here for a month! I think I say this in each of my blog posts but time is really flying because I feel like I just got here. Anyway, in a month one thing definitely hasn’t changed […]

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  • Mikaela
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2016 Spring

“Touristing”: The Art of Sightseeing 02/12/16

Three cities in four days. That about sums up my first extended travel weekend. Going into it, I knew I would be running (literally) off espresso and it all worked out because I had the most amazing weekend. I wouldn’t recommend this busy travel tactic to all but I wouldn’t discourage it either. These three […]

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  • Emily
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2016 Spring

The Importance of Embracing Uncertainty While Living Abroad 02/11/16

Ciao Ciao!  I’ll be the first to admit, I’m a big fan of a scheduled routine. At home my days are constructed based off my to-do list, so there’s not much uncertainty in my everyday life! As you can probably guess, this is NOT the case while studying abroad. Unfamiliar situations arise daily, and there’s […]

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  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

Steps for Planning a European Trip for Dummies (from One Dummy to Another) 02/10/16

I have been in Europe for almost a month now which is so weird to say because I feel like I just got here yesterday, but since I have gotten here I have been on a few trips and I think they have all been pretty successful. However I am by no means an expert, […]

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  • Alicia
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Spring

Traveling in Packs: The Pros and Cons of Traveling in Large Groups 02/09/16

This past weekend I experienced my first overnight travel away from CIMBA, and, like any other first, it was quite the learning experience. Our party of ten was one of many that chose to spend their second weekend abroad in beautiful Firenze (Florence). Together we trooped up and down the ancient cobblestone streets – tripping […]

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  • Emily
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2016 Spring

The Final Countdown: 7 Necessary (But Bizarre) Items I Almost Forgot to Pack 01/11/16

It’s hard to believe that in just ten days I’ll be hopping on a plane to Europe for three months! While I can’t wait to get started on my Lizzie McGuire Movie Italian experience (fingers crossed!), there is still much to be done. Namely, packing. I’ll admit, my obsession lies in the art of list-making. […]

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  • Sophie

How to Visit Venice like a Pro 01/05/16

First off, just let me say, you made the right travel choice.  Venice is amazing! You won’t regret the trip.  That being said there is no right or wrong way to do Venice, so long as you enjoy yourself.  What we’re talking about here are all the tips, tricks, and tidbits you’ll need to make […]

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  • Drew
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2015 Fall

Why You Should Get Out of Your Comfort Zone and Study Abroad 12/14/15

Ah … my final blog post. It’s been a heck of a semester, right guys? I want to begin by saying thank you to everyone who followed my blog posts and shared them throughout the semester. It truly means a lot to me, and I’ve really enjoyed being able to share my experience with you guys. […]

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