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  • Booking Inexpensive Weekend Trips from Istanbul

    Living in Istanbul is amazing for many reasons, and one reason is the easy and inexpensive traveling options to other cities!  While I lived in Istanbul, I traveled to over 10 other countries, all while either studying or working full-time (and on a low...

    0 by Kaelin, 5 days ago
  • Current account BNP.

    Source A bank account is an important element to be able to move between the intricacies of life and other things when you go to another country where payment with a card is a lot more normal and utilized than in Spain, like in France. Here in France it is unusual to...

    0 by Evie, 6 days ago
  • Science on Tap ~ A Free Happy Hour + Lecture Series

    This past July, my friend sent me a text. "Want to go to a free lecture at the aquarium?" I was in! What I didn't realize is that Science on Tap is so much more than a free science lecture - it is a free happy-hour networking event as well!  The Smithsonian sponsors...

    0 by Kaelin, 8 days ago
  • Polish speaking guide 22

    The question Kto to jest? (Who is this?) is used when asking about a person. The question Kto? refers to the subject. However, when asking for some additional information about a person, e.g. his/her nationality, job or position, the instrumental case and the...

    0 by Yücel, 9 days ago
  • Arts Festivals Year-Round in Piedmont Park

    Piedmont Park is one of the most gorgeous places in Atlanta. Visit it on any given day and you will see frisbee and kickball games being played in the green spaces, people enjoying some reading on picnic blankets, and a rainbow umbrella or two marking the spots of King...

    0 by Kaelin, 11 days ago
  • Free admission into the High Museum of Art

    The High Museum of Art is the best art museum in all of Atlanta. It features contemporary and historical art from all over the world. The High houses vast permanent collections and often has amazing temporary exhibits on display.  How to get free admission into the...

    0 by Kaelin, 11 days ago
  • Which medical insurance to select in the USA

    The first thing to do before you travel to the United States, as we have already seen, is to have medical insurance. Well, technically, firstly you should book your flight to arrive there followed by insurance. Whichever. Also, you should take into account the E1 form....

    0 by Evie, 12 days ago
  • 8 Hour Layover in Amsterdam!

    Layovers can be tricky. How long is long enough to leave the airport and go exploring? There have been times when I have spent hours inside of an airport, just wondering what the country is like around me. Landing in a new place and not getting to adventure in it can be...

    1 by Kaelin, 14 days ago
  • My Erasmus experience in Graz!

    AN ERASMUS FIRST IMPRESSION Hi! I am Sofía and I am a current Erasmus student in Graz, Austria. I arrived here a month ago and I am eager to share everything that I have learn here, as well as some tips and recommendations to (hopefully) make your experience in Graz...

    0 by Sofia, 16 days ago
  • Polish speaking guide 21

    The inflection of positive, comparative and superlative adjectives in the singular - part 1 Adjectives are inflected in all their forms of comparison. They retain their endings from their positive degrees.The masculine gender can take two forms of the accusative:1) the...

    0 by Yücel, 16 days ago
  • Polish speaking guide 20

    Compounds such aswielokulturowy, różnorodnyCompound adjectives such as wielokulturowy, różnorodny consist of two parts, where the first adjective defines the second. Wielokulturowy means “composed of many cultures”. And similarly:wieloreligijny (many...

    0 by Yücel, 16 days ago
  • The best methods to learning a language.

    Whether you are an Erasmus student or simply a world traveler, you already know the great importance of learning a new language (or even two or three). Not only does speaking more than one language help you to order food at a restaurant in another country, but it...

    0 by E, 18 days ago
  • Places to watch football in Madrid

    Source Places to watch football in Madrid. Madrid is one of the most passionate cities for football in all of Europe. Only within the last three years it has become the 'capital' as far as European football is concerned, with those two finals in Lisbon and in Milan,...

    0 by Evie, 18 days ago
  • And if you are in Finland...

    After the arrival in Suomi/Finland! 1. As chocolate and sweets are in excess, am I pregnant? No, the cold produces a demand for calories, our body needs to work more to maintain its temperature and it shouts at us: 'wood for the fire, please! ' 2. Registering yourself...

    0 by Evie, 19 days ago
  • What to eat in Spain

    Cuisine is an important cultural aspect of every nation. In this post I am gonna present the most common dishes in Spain. I prefer to use Spanish names as I believe no translation can actually capture a full meaning of particular food.  Tostadas Let´s start with...

    0 by Martina, 19 days ago
  • Erasmus never ends

    "Erasmus is a life-changing experience." You might have heard this phrase before. I have as well. But I only understand the meaning of this phrase now, three years after my Erasmus, when I look at my Erasmus pictures, when I occasionally talk to my friends from Huelva...

    0 by Martina, 20 days ago
  • That time I decided to give Bochum a chance

    Whenever somebody asked me why I had chosen Bochum as my Erasmus destination my answer was always "Well, I haven't actually chosen it... I mean it wasn't my first choice." In fact, when I first applied for the Erasmus scholarship Bochum was not exactly what I had in...

    3 by Jasmin, 20 days ago
  • Turkish Words and Phrases You Should Learn!

    Before I moved to Istanbul for 4 months to be an exchange student, I learned some common Turkish phrases from my friends. These phrases (and more that I learned once I arrived) were very helpful in getting around the city and being able to shop, eat at cafes and...

    0 by Kaelin, 21 days ago
  • Polish speaking guide 19

    Pasażer:Dzień dobry, proszę na lotnisko. Kierowca:Dzień dobry. Bardzo proszę. Pasażer:Czy to jest daleko? Kierowca:Nie, to jest około 7 kilometrów stąd. Pasażer:Czy jest korek? Kierowca:Nie, teraz nie ma. Pasażer:To bardzo dobrze. Proszę jechać szybko....

    0 by Yücel, 21 days ago
  • Tips for 1 day in Munich

    I spent just one day in Munich this past summer, but it was one of the best parts of my long trip through Austria and Germany. I wandered around the city on a Saturday with my family, and we had an amazing time. Here are some tips for how we spent our day in the city!...

    0 by Kaelin, 22 days ago
  • How to make friendships with tennis

    I will definetely be a journalist: I really like writing this blog. Sorry, that most of the part is in Hungarian, but I have decided to write only in English from Chapter 17. I have created this Chapter 18 (http://tradani91.blogspot.hu/) in June 24 2013, in the middle...

    0 by Dániel, 22 days ago

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