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  • Boston: Sushi.

    Hi there. It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’m back.Today I’m going to write about my favourite sushi places in Boston’s suburbs. Both of the restaurants that I am going to talk about have a significant importance to me, even today.  One of these...

    0 by E, in General 3 hours ago
  • Santorini - Fairytale into the reality

    Leave everything behind you and get ready for fairytale adventure. Santorini is the most popular island in Greece. It may be the most popular island in the world. There are few travel destinations that combine spectacular scenery, ancient cities, amazing restaurants,...

    0 by Mary, in Erasmus blog Greece 5 hours ago
  • Transportation System in Milan, Italy.

    As far as I know, Milan is probably the Italian city with the best transportation system, but do not get too excited because this does not mean that it is that good. Means of transport can be: Metropolitana (Underground Train Line); Passante; Regular Train; Buses; Taxi;...

    0 by Cristian, in General 20 hours ago
  • Things to do and see in Colorado.

    To start off I should probably say that there should be thousands of things on this list of things to see and do in Colorado, but I will be writing about the ones I experienced myself. Colorado is a beautiful state full of nature - lakes, forests, hiking paths, rocks,...

    0 by Cristian, in General 20 hours ago
  • Spectacular views

    Stunning "Ichan-qal'a" Ichan-qal'a is a museum city in the open air, containing historical buildings, constructions that  have been preserved for many centuries. The largest madrasah in this city is the Muhammad Aminhon. Its specific feature is that it has double...

    0 by Sevara, in Erasmus blog Uzbekistan 1 day ago
  • Dawns in Barcelona

    A couple of weeks before moving back from Barcelona last month, I made a to-do list: everything I wanted to experience before leaving the city. Two of the things on this list were to see the dawn; once at the beach and once at the Carmel Bunkers, to watch the sun rise...

    0 by Lucinda, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 1 day ago
  • Exchange Students change Host Families' lives, and vice versa.

    It is well known that an exchange year changes students' lives, but what sometimes we fail to acknowledge is that the host families' lives also change.  Hosting a Stranger. Every time I see that the students complain about their host families I get annoyed because most...

    0 by Cristian, in General 1 day ago
  • Week 6: Going Home, Revisiting London Life and The Things You Miss When You're On Your Year Abroad

    Week 6! Les Vacances de Toussaint sont arrivées!  I packed up my cases and headed back with the girls to Gatwick from Toulouse. There's something I fell in love with on the year abroad, and that was the constant flights to and from places. Travelling gets addictive,...

    0 by Mireille, in Erasmus blog Toulouse 2 days ago
  • Where do I see myself one year from now.

    I have had many persons asking me "Where do you see yourself in five years?" and the answer is that I have no idea, none. I am not twenty yet, I am still studying, I am always moving (I am soon starting my Erasmus) and in four months I have to start an internship and I...

    0 by Cristian, in General 2 days ago
  • Week 5: The last week before Les Vacances de Toussaint

    Week 5 - I'd hit halfway. This was the last week before I headed back to the UK to surprise my Dad as an early birthday present (I know, how sweet), and to do Halloween at home (Halloween is one of my favourite times of year and I HAVE to spend it . My good friend,...

    0 by Mireille, in Erasmus blog Toulouse 2 days ago
  • How to visit Northern Italy spending only 15 euros.

    Actually, saying Northern Italy is a bit wrong, but I can tell you how to travel throughout Lombardy region for only fourteen euros and ninety cents a day. Lombardia. Lombardy is the territory colored in red. Its "Capital" city is Milan. The other major cities...

    0 by Cristian, in General 2 days ago
  • MY NATIONALITY DOES NOT DEFINE WHO I AM.

    I was born in Italy, where I am writing this post, and my parents grew up here. I guess I am Italian but my head is always elsewhere. (Picture from Unsplash.com by Slava Bowman.) I prefer speaking English rather than my native language. I do like to sleep but I also...

    0 by Cristian, in General 2 days ago
  • My first 2 days in my American High School.

    Prior to my first day of school in the United States of America, I had an orientation during which I got the opportunity to see the campus in its entirety, to meet the teachers and also my counselor, who helped me choosing my classes and told me she was available to...

    0 by Cristian, in General 2 days ago
  • Luxury plans in Barcelona, just for fun?

    Barcelona is a luxury destination loved by tourists and erasmus students with a high purchasing power, exactly like London, Rome or Paris. It is not a secret that Barcelona is a magical city, with its own beauty and with an almost inexhaustible supply of culture and...

    0 by Carlos, in Erasmus blog Barcelona 2 days ago
  • Exploring Istanbul in 3 days

    Hello, Everyone! I am Hina. I am an undergraduate student studying in Kayseri, Turkey. I originally belong to Pakistan and came to Turkey about 2 years ago for my undergraduate studies. In these 2 years, I never got the chance to visit Istanbul. My friends always used...

    0 by Hina, in Erasmus blog Istanbul 2 days ago
  • Berlin - Tips for travelling.

    I arrived in Berlin for the first time luckily for my friends, Chau is currently studying information technology in Berlin, thanks to Chau I am more comfortable to explore the vast Berlin. The first thing I have to say is Berlin is really wide, very wide. The size of...

    0 by Hoàng, in Erasmus blog Berlin 2 days ago
  • Exploring Lima - Barranco

    One of the most notable aspects of the Barranco district has to be, in my book, its architecture. The Spanish influence is obvious, reminiscent of the buildings and tiling I came across in Seville. It is a beautiful area, with wide streets, trees and a tramline. Like...

    0 by Lucinda, in Erasmus blog Lima 2 days ago
  • Clubs in Szczecin

    I came to the conclusion that I would write a post about clubs that I believe should be visited in Szczecin. And above all, those I like, more or less. List is random, I did not write, which is best for me, because it also changes constantly. Let's...

    0 by Ola, in General 2 days ago
  • 10 places to visit in Malta (I part)

    It is one of the treasures of the Mediterranean sea. A touristic place of reference in these days, for centuries it was the stage of intense battles. Its geostrategic situation made many people settle in Malta. The influence of different cultures is noticeable in its...

    0 by Bárbara, in Erasmus blog Valletta 2 days ago
  • My first Couchsurfing experience

    Last January I needed to go back to Denmark from Milan but instead of flying into Billund I decided to fly into Hamburg Germany for three reasons: the first is that the flight was less than ten euros, the second is that I could visit a new city even if just for a few...

    0 by Cristian, in General 2 days ago

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