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Scotland, United Kingdom

Scotland took my breath away. Hands down, one of my favorite travels so far. If you get the chance to travel around Europe and are into more scenic, small-town kind of locations, Scotland is for you.   180 more words


Bambi Goes Skiing

I’ve recently returned from my fantastic Christmas vacation in Norway; already I miss the heavy rain and the snow, so I’ve elected to reminisce. Both this Christmas and the year before I was told there wouldn’t be any snow, at least none that you could play in (in Bergen), but they were wrong. 1,865 more words



Milan was a bit out of our comfort zone. Matt kept trying to speak Italian but all that came out was Spanish. Luckily most people we met spoke English. 445 more words

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Potato, Potahto

In my experience, the grass is not greener in Madrid.  The grass is nonexistent in July because it is hot and dry EVERY DAY.  Here are some other things I learned about Madrileña culture while abroad: 685 more words

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Paris, France

It isn’t easy to capture a photo of the Eiffel Tower without the crowds.


Dublin and Amsterdam: train delays, leprechauns, and home

Hey guys! I’ve been busy studying for finals lately (yes, I do actually study) but I thought I’d take a well-deserved break to tell you guys about my adventures in Dublin and Amsterdam this past week. 2,167 more words

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Ireland has been on my list of places to see for as long as I can remember. It probably has something to do with the fact that, as I have said before, I am truly a melting pot American. 1,006 more words

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