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Alison Isherwood

Current city:
Coventry
City of birth:
Oxford
Host university:
UNIGE
Home university:
WARWICK

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  • Blog

    Transport in Athens: the bus.

    And we’ve arrived at the last mode of transport in Athens (without counting the taxi): the bus. In general, every neighbourhood had its own buses, and many reach fairly central areas. In this entry, I will tell you about the most useful, especially for moving around...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Athens, 2 days ago
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    Transport in Athens: Tram and Suburban Train

    The tram and suburban train are alternative modes of transport to reach less-central areas (the coast, neighbourhoods in the outskirts of town, the north of the city, nearby towns…) In the entry ‘Transport in Athens: the Metro’...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Athens, 2 days ago
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    TCL: transport in Lyon

    Lyon is a great city, and enjoys a very efficient system of public transport. In this article, I will explain how it is organised, for example its fares. Metro, tram and bus The licensed public transport company in Lyon is called TCL (Transports Communs Lyonnais). In...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Lyon, 3 days ago
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    Drinks and paaaaarties

    I have to recommend a few places for you to drink a coffee during the day, in Croatia drinking coffee is almost an obligation therefore, coffee culture maintains a continuous popularity in Zagreb, and maybe one of the best ways tot see the city is to try ‘Spica’,...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Zagreb, 5 days ago
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    6 places to get to know near to Rimini

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all well. Coming to a city is not just about getting to know what’s within that city, but also the nearby places that we can go to whilst there, for example: I’ve been living in Rimini for a year now, and I’ve been able to get...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Rimini, 6 days ago
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    Tourist Attractions in the San Isidro District, more than modern buildings

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all well, I am going to take this opportunity to talk about one of the most modern districts in the Peruvian capital, the district that has residential areas, embassies and modern hotels as well as the tallest buildings in the city of...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Lima, 7 days ago
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    How to complete paperwork without dying in the process

    Today, in ‘How to complete paperwork without dying in the process’, we are going to talk about how to complete the Learning Agreement for the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio without feeling exasperated. As you may observe, the name of the university if...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog UNICAS, 7 days ago
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    The 'Codice Fiscale' Simplified

    In today’s blog I am going to talk to you a bit more about paperwork (there are tips in the post How to complete paperwork without dying in the process). I would assume that paperwork will be your new best friend during the first month of an Erasmus. The focus of...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus tips, 7 days ago
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    Fittea

    Hello again everyone. After writing various blog entries on Recetas Erasmus, I have decided to take a break from the kitchen and return to my Erasmus experiences. This time I will tell you about my experience living and working in Wiesbaden, Germany, during my...

    0 by Alison in General, 9 days ago
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    Peña de Bernal

    Less than three hours from the capital of Mexico, and only 59 kilometres from the city of Querétaro, you will find one of the natural attractions that distinguishes the municipality of Ezequiel Montes: la Peña de Bernal. This is responsible for the constant flow of...

    by Alison in What to see Queretaro, 10 days ago
  • Experience

    Falling in love with Sardinia

    Cagliari Why Cagliari? Well, I have to admit that when they assigned me my Erasmus destination I didn’t even know where the city was, apart from that it was in Italy. As soon as I knew the destination, I went straight to Google Maps and discovered that I would be...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus experiences Cagliari, 11 days ago
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    Saint Peter's Square

    Some of the most visited destinations in Rome are the square and basilica of Saint Peter. Although I have already mentioned these places before, in this blog I will talk about them in more detail. And now I will tell you about my visit to Saint Peter’s Square. A bit...

    by Alison in What to see Rome, 12 days ago
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    Another world...

    Why did you choose to go to Reggio Calabria, Italy? Because I have a few friends that have completed an Erasmus in Messina (around 30km from Reggio) and they told me that in the south it is easy to pass exams. And, in the end, I was able to pass with a good average in...

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    Where must I visit in Aarhus?

    I will never tire of saying that Aarhus is one of the cities with the most charm that I have ever visited. It is not the prettiest, nor does it have the most monuments, nor will you read that anybody travels to Denmark exclusively to visit it, but I love it, and I loved...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Aarhus, 14 days ago
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    Albufeira 2017 (Tips and Advice Part 3: Beaches)

    Hello everyone, Another thing that people often ask me about are the beaches that I recommend. Which is why I am going to make a complete analysis of each one of them. We are going to go through each beach in geographical order in regards to the city, to make it easier...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Albufeira, 14 days ago
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    Albufeira 2017 (Tips and Advice Part 2: How to get around the city)

    Hello everyone, One of the questions that you often ask is about the best way to get around Albufeira. Let’s see, if we begin with the fact that I prefer to not walk because I get tired quite easily because, among other things, I am not used to walking. But I do...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Albufeira, 15 days ago
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    Albufeira 2017 (Tips and Advice: Introduction)

    Hey everyone, as you know, I’m not back and, as my post about Albufeira was very successful in these past four years since writing it, I have decided to continue telling you about the typical questions I often get asked and have to respond to a thousand times to make...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus blog Albufeira, 15 days ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus Experience in Palermo, Italia de Ramón

    Why did you choose to go to Palermo, Italy? My first option was to go to a country where the classes were taught in English, as I had no previous knowledge of the Italian language. In the end this was not possible as the study plans and validation of the courses in...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus experiences Palermo, 16 days ago
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    Erasmus Experience in Lublin, Poland. By Ana

    Why did you choose to go to Lublin, Poland? I had always wanted to do an Erasmus in a Polish city, as it is quite a cheap country which is a great factor in favour of doing an Erasmus. Why Lublin? My university told me to choose three destinations of preference, all of...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus experiences Lublin, 16 days ago
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    Experience in Toledo, Spain. By Eva

    What is it like to live in Toledo? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? I do not currently live in Toledo, but I visit the city every day for work, study and going out with friends. It’s a really lovely city with many different areas. It has neighbourhoods...

    0 by Alison in Erasmus experiences Toledo, 16 days ago

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