Our last week in Salzburg was mostly spent stressing about our finals, packing, and canceling our residency. The evening before our official departure date, Salzburg College hosted an official leaving ceremony and reception. It was a good way to celebrate everyone’s accomplishments through the program and then eat and drink our way through the sorrow … More Leaving Salzburg for the Last Time
After getting settled in Salzburg, I felt it was time to start exploring Europe. Due to a number of factors, from pricing to language to other friends studying abroad, we chose Prague, the “veritable Disneyland of Europe,” as Michael, one of the friends who joined me, would later say. Five of us, in other words … More An Outline of My Weekend in Prague
The path to school is an interesting one: we must go up a mountain, down a mountain, through a mountain, and cross a river. However, it only takes around 25 minutes at a fast speed with no detours (so better than Ireland time-wise…).
The world’s largest passenger airliner, the Airbus 380, is a titan in the sky. With only a little over 200 in service, I was able to enjoy an aisle seat on the upper deck (often reserved for upper and business classes) on my ten hour flight from LAX to Heathrow, London.