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  • Christmas in New York: A Complete Guide

    If you're thinking about spending your Christmas holidays in New York this year, you can't miss out on our complete guide to the city. We've all dreamed about losing ourselves in the streets of New York, like Macaulay Culkin in the second Home Alone film. But don't...

    0 by Beth, 12 days ago
  • The Big Apple Through The Eyes Of A Teenager

    I grew up with Friends on television, with How I Met Your Mother and Gossip Girl on streaming. I grew up listening to Give Me Everything Tonight, going to New York New York by the amazing Frank Sinatra and blasting Empire State Of Mind. I always loved travelling, even...

    0 by elisabetta, 20 days ago
  • Find an Internship in Paris, France

    Paris, a city full of culture, history, and excitement, offers a wealth of internship opportunities for students hoping to gain work experience. Looking for an internship in the City of Lights? Want to improve French language skills, learn about French culture, and have...

    0 by Jastin, 2 months ago
  • Valentino given much kudos

    During the Swans' stirring run to tomorrow's preliminary final, those jobs have been performed with quiet aplomb. In the qualifying final, he held Port Adelaide's Tredrea to only one goal and in round 20 in Brisbane, he did not let Lynch get a kick. Yet on neither...

    0 by Deruon, 8 months ago
  • Another trip less recognized

    This is another view from the Empire State, as you may see, it is less known. One of the things that impressed me the most, was when I arrived at night to see the whole city full of illuminated and tall buildings, it was like being in the future or in another galaxy....

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • The splendor of NY

    This is one of the photos I took from the Empire State Building. It seems like a movie, I think I never imagined myself to be there. It's like something you see in movies and you think, it's there... like in the movies. In the background you see the Chrysler Building,...

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • If it were not for the background ...

    If it were not for the buildings in the background, we would expect this photo to be of a lost lake in the middle of the field. Nobody imagines that it is in the middle of the big apple. This lake is huge, it has ducks and fishes, from my point of view there should be...

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • You can not miss this

    What is it that everyone recognizes about NY? The statue of Liberty. The truth is that it has a super small... I've been told for so many years, like all of us, that it huge and I expected it to be huge. To begin with, I think I had never thought about it being blue, I...

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • Does somebody know what this is?

    A curious place - I love it. Does someone knows what it is? It's in a museum, I hope to get an answer... Speaking of museums, an important tip if you go to NY, is to look at the museums you want to go to and see in the web page the days it is free to enter, in all of...

    1 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • Grand Central

    Grand Central is the main train station in Manhattan. It is huge and is in a very beautiful old building. You can leave from here to any nearby city, I do not know if you can travel to the entire country through the means of this station, but taking into account the...

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • New York

    This is one of the most representative symbols of NY - the Empire State Building. Right now, it is the tallest buildings in NY after the collapse of the Twin Towers. From this view as you can see it does not seem so spectacular, but honestly it really is. Isn't it? I...

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • Brooklyn Bridge

    This photo was uploaded some time ago but as I lost the blog, the photo was lost along with it. I can not resist uploading this photo because it is one of my favorite photos of one of my favorite things in NY. It seems so big, so great, so hard to build, I can hardly...

    0 by Jenifer, one year ago
  • The Big City of Dreams

    Aha! This is an entry I would be interested in! I had two dreams when I was a kid: going to Europe and going to NY. I just say this because I want you to have context of what you are about to read. You are reading a dream come true, and I want you to remember that if I...

    0 by Damarys, one year ago
  • Why is it so cool?

    The contrast with the city full of buildings, cars, people and the tranquility of those that breath there is what makes Central Park one of the best things in NYC. You will find it situated in the centre of NYC and it occupies a large part of the island. There have...

    0 by Evie, one year ago
  • My second month: finally, New York!

    You must be thinking why, although being so near, I still hadn't paid a visit to New York City. The answer is quite simple: I was waiting for my parents. They visited me on the second week of August, so I saved some days off for that time and spent a whole week with...

    0 by Cristina, one year ago
  • My dream of visiting New York City

    My arrival in the States as an Exchange Student It has been already three years since that day of August 2014 when I left and started my exchange in the United States of America, where I stayed for one academic year, with only one luggage and my laptop, nothing else....

    0 by Cristian, one year ago
  • NYC: The city that Never Sleeps

    I went to New York city last year. I also missed Seville's famous April fair for this trip but it was worth it. I would do it again for many years more. New York is a city that you can't see in a week and if you want to enjoy it to the maximum, not even in ten days....

    0 by Beth, one year ago
  • More trips, more friends, more fun

    Hello all! Further trips, adventures and experiences are left to be described. Unfortunately the photos can’t bring back the atmosphere fully, but I hope You will enjoy watching them. On one day our RAs brought us on a 2 hour journey to Niagara Falls, one of the...

    0 by Dóra, 2 years ago
  • Trips, friends, fun at NAZ

    Hello all! Let’s talk about what people can do around Rochester except studying. Our RAs and teachers and the whole staff were so attentive to fulfill our every single desire and wish, that we all are thankful for their work. They organized us so many leisure...

    0 by Dóra, 2 years ago
  • Studying at NAZ

    Hello all! In the following post I will talk about how studying English actually looks like at NAZ. The system and the construction of the whole 3 week language course kept us busy, but after it ended we all could go home with stronger skills. On the second day at NAZ...

    0 by Dóra, 2 years ago

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