I Heart Europe

Well, I’m back in the United States, and I’m looking back on the amazing time I had in Europe. This past semester in Sevilla has been my second study-abroad experience; last spring I studied with the Ithaca College London Centre in England. At the end of my semester there, I knew I was going to miss Europe when I went home, but I was also nearly positive that I would be studying abroad again this spring, so I didn’t worry too much about all the countries I wanted to visit that I had yet to see. However, this semester (with the CC-CS program in Sevilla) was different. Although I’m sure I will return to Europe someday, with my senior year coming up and who-knows-what on the horizon after that, I have no idea when I will find myself on the other side of the pond again. I tried to make the most I could out of the thousands of amazing things Europe has to offer and now that I’m home, I’ve been reflecting on my favourite places I’ve visited in the continent (in chronological order of when I visited).

Top Five Cities I’ve Visited in Europe:

London, England

Oxford Street decked out for last year’s Royal Wedding-palooza

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¡Viva Sevilla!

¡Hola! Estoy en Sevilla y me gusta mucho. I arrived in Madrid on Thursday morning and I took the AVE train to Seville. After a night in a hotel, I met my roommate Kelsey and we went to our “homestay” to meet our Señora Ana. We live in her apartment and she makes our meals, rather than staying in a residencia (a dorm). She is very nice, and she doesn’t speak much English so it is good for us to have the chance to practice our Spanish.

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