Anthony Cullen

Anthony Cullen

Current city:
City of birth:
London
Host university:
Home university:
LEEDS

Anthony activity

  • Place

    Holmenkollen

    When you get there you probably won't have a clue what they're telling you about, but when you leave you'll definitely tell everybody you know about it. I'm talking about Holmenkollen, my dear Erasmusites, an absolute must-see for when you're in Oslo. Holmenkollen is a...

    by Anthony in What to see Oslo, one year ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus in Ostrava

    Why did you choose to go to Ostrava, Czech Republic? I mainly wanted to go to a country in Central or Eastern Europe, and one of the destinations on my list was Ostrava. So I picked this city because it's in the centre of Europe and right on the border with Poland. And...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus experiences Ostrava, one year ago
  • Place

    Dead Chicken Alley

    In this experience post I'm going to tell you about one of the loveliest and most storied places in Berlin: Dead Chicken Alley. The alley is located at 39 Rosenthaler Str. , which is about a 15-minute walk from the famous Alexanderplatz. It might not seem all that hard...

    by Anthony in What to see Berlin, one year ago
  • Blog

    Is Holland a good Erasmus destination? Part 2

    Holland is an extremely international country. In fact, it's the country which receives the eighth highest amount of Erasmus students throughout the year. Despite that, though, it has always managed to maintain a cosy, welcoming feel in its small and pleasant...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus blog Netherlands, one year ago
  • Blog

    4 pieces of advice for future Erasmus students

    1. Live in the moment. I'll get into this in more depth later on, but for now I'd like you to read what I have to say closely. You're going to be away from home for between 6 to 10 months. You're not going off to war, and you're not going to be away from your friends...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus tips, one year ago
  • Blog

    AnkiDroid: What it is, and why you should download it for your Erasmus.

    What is AnkiDroid? Ibra, a guy who speaks about 5 languages (including Polish), recommended me this application called AnkiDroid. When you're on your Erasmus, or wherever abroad, you're always coming into contact with new words with different meanings and different...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus tips, one year ago
  • Blog

    Aperilingua: A little apéritif to help you learn languages

    We in Italy love apéritifs! Apéritifs are a great way to get chatting with others while having a bite to eat and a nice drink. They offer a moment of real community that all of us in Italy love. We're always looking forward to meeting up with our friends on the...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus blog Naples, one year ago
  • Blog

    A weekend in London

    London in the snow I took the train to London for a December weekend It was the middle of December 2010. I had a return train ticket to London from France. I went on the Channel Tunnel. London was all white. Everything was covered in snow. It snowed so much that we...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus blog London, one year ago
  • Place

    Le parc de la Tête d'or

    Lyon is a wonderful city with lots of parks and green spaces. The biggest park in the city is the Parque de la Tête d'Or (in English: the Golden Head Park). At almost 120 hectares in size, it's one of the largest parks in France. There, you can take a walk through the...

    by Anthony in What to see Lyon, one year ago
  • Blog

    How To: Erasmus (I)

    If you've been playing with the idea of whether or not to go on Erasmus but don't know how or where to start, look no further. Diving into an adventure as big as this is always a difficult challenge. Deciding to leave home. Putting yourself on a road towards your...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus tips, one year ago
  • Blog

    20 Days in China. Part 1

    Beijing. The first city we visited was the capital, Beijing. We stayed in a hostel near Tiananmen Square, at the centre of the city. The hostel was very clean, well-kept, reasonably priced, and great for meeting people from all over the world who, like us, were there to...

    0 by Anthony in Erasmus blog Beijing, one year ago
  • Place

    Ministry of Sound Club

    It's a club located a little out of the way from the centre of London, but it's close to a tube station (Elephant & Castle)... it's worth checking out. Great music, even better atmosphere. I went this summer and it was buzzing every night. It's also great when there's a...

    by Anthony in Erasmus party London, one year ago

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