Two more days left in Europe. Two more days left of my once-in-a-lifetime adventure before I return home. Two more days to spend sight-seeing, and I was fortunate enough to spend them in the wonderful city of London, England. With the help of my cousin and her car, I was able to take the train … Continue reading Days Sixty-Two thru Sixty-Four: Curtain Call in London, England
Without a doubt, this trip to Edinburgh, Scotland was hands down the best trip of the summer. The weather may have been a bit rainy at points, but I don’t believe that there is a better way to see the Highlands than with a little fog to enhance its mysterious beauty. I hope you feel … Continue reading Days Fifty-Eight thru Sixty-One: Where Oh Where are Jamie and Claire?
I would just like to give my condolences for the victims and their families of the terrorist attack in Nice, France that occurred late on July 14th. Those from our group that traveled there are safe and unharmed, and everyone from Georgia Tech that is abroad in France has been declared safe. The world we … Continue reading Day Fifty-Five thru Fifty-Seven: Bye Bye, France
My apologies for the delay in this blog post: with an excruciatingly hot travel weekend right before final exams, saying that we were tired and stressed would be an understatement. This past weekend was the first time the temperature has been above 85°F, getting as hot as 97°F (cue scoffing from everyone in Georgia right now). … Continue reading Days Forty-Eight thru Fifty-Five: The Finishing Touches
Some call it the Venice of the North. Others call it the City of Ill Repute. I call it beautiful and home to part of my heart (along with almost every other city I’ve visited). This weekend in Amsterdam was easily one of my favorite trips of the program. Maybe it’s because there were no … Continue reading Days Forty-Five Thru Forty-Seven: Riding Through the Weather in Amsterdam