Top Things to Do in Jamestown, NY Jamestown is an iconic city in New York that is over two hundred years old, and it is one place in America that you absolutely must see. Jamestown is an hour and a half, just 75 miles, from Buffalo, and it is about six hours from the...read more
The state of New York is forever associated with its greatest city, New York City. And it’s easy to understand why, as the sprawling metropolis is one of the great cities in all the world. Last fall, I left New York City behind and got to explore some of the top...read more
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10 German Foods You Must Eat in Germany Food is something magical. It not only nourishes you but is also the closest thing to a teleportation device and a time machine we currently have. A spoon full of food can take you anywhere in the world. And if you happen...read more
Travel Photography: Photo of the Day # 6: Chinese Gondoliera in Suzhou Suzhou, a city on the outskirts of Shanghai is also known as the Venice of China. There are a lot of similarities. Waterways replace roads, Gondolas replace taxis and the Chinese...
The Trip That Changed My Life - A Book for Charity For those of you that follow me on Facebook (What? You don't? Shame on you!) you already know that one of my stories will be published in a Travel Anthology called "The Trip That Changed My Life". I am so excited...read more
Study Abroad Stories: 6 Students Share How Study Abroad Changed Their Lives Studying abroad changes you and influences your life more than you'd expect. Being away from your familiar surrounding isn't easy and is definitely a steep learning curve that brings about a...read more
Differences Between Living in Spain and France Guest post by Maria, friend of mine from Spain, who lived several years in France. She is going to describe the differences between living in Spain and France to you. Two European countries with a common border. How...
This post was written by Maria (cool name, don't ya think?). She is a friend of mine who grew up in Spain, went to university in France and studied abroad in the US. She will share her experience on the differences between living in Spain and the US. Differences...