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Mondial Kaffee (They're worldly because that have two different languages in their name)

JAPAN | Sat, 20 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [450]

Saturday was another fake-spring day. I'm not sure if there's a real word for this, but it seems like there should be, because it's a phenomenon I'm very families with. In early March, or February, or sometimes even January, the weather will suddenly ... Read more >

Tags: coffee, metro, oreo, trains

I've walked these streets before

FRANCE | Fri, 28 Aug 2015 | By kakimono | Views [260]

Wednesday began with a "practical meeting" scheduled for two hours. This one was an actual case of over scheduling, since we were done with the meeting in under an hour. But it gave Erin time to explain things about our cultural outings, (opera, dance, ... Read more >

Tags: appartment, metro, montmartre, montparnasse, stairs, walking

Courses and Housing: what most people figured out in April

FRANCE | Thu, 27 Aug 2015 | By kakimono | Views [392]

he day began with a quick breakfast from the nearest boulangerie (perk of being in Paris) and a two hour description of French higher education.  Mainly focusing on universities, especially the ones we'd be studying at. It was a mixture of practical ... Read more >

Tags: apartment, classes, metro, transportation, universities

Day 3 Prague

CZECH REPUBLIC | Mon, 7 Jul 2014 | By teflprague | Views [356]

     Well, I've had less time to write then I thought. I arrived on Sunday morning. Unfortunaly after very long uncomfortable flights, I spent a lot of time sleeping. Classes began on Monday. We started with an intro and breiff overview ... Read more >

Tags: arrival, beer, castle, charles bridge, early days, food, metro, prague, subway, travel

Metro Palaces of St Petersburg

RUSSIAN FEDERATION | Thu, 11 Oct 2012 | By sptnik | Views [1363]

When tourists come to St.Petersburg they want to see St.Petersburg of Peter The Great, The Cultural Capital, The City of  White Nights  and Moveable Bridges. But the history continues and the city saw many things, underwent many changes ... Read more >

Tags: metro, off the beaten path, russian metro, soviet, soviet architecture

Boston is Wicked Awesome

USA | Thu, 20 Oct 2011 | By alineswala | Views [485]

If there has been one city I've always wanted to go to since I was young, it's been Boston.  After learning about Boston and its rich colonial history, from the American Revolution to the Boston Brahmins and clam chowda, it's a must-see part of America.... Read more >

Tags: boston, colonial history, history, metro, parks, walking

"You'd thınk consıderıng how fuckıng old Europe ıs, ıt would have ıts shıt together by now"

SPAIN | Sun, 16 Oct 2011 | By rachelina | Views [3240]

Leavıng Valencıa and ıts habıts of beıng covered ın water, wıne and tomatoes behınd us, Jordan and I bıd a sad goodbye to Krıssı, Josh and Damo, who had entertaıned us so much the last few days and hopped on a bus to Barcelona - Jordan's new home ... Read more >

Tags: arrival, barcelona, bus, hilarious, luggage, metro, spain, stairs

C'est la Vie Paris!

FRANCE | Thu, 9 Jun 2011 | By alineswala | Views [1169]

As I am reflecting on my travel experiences, I thought it would be good to write about some things that I got out of my previous travel experiences in hopes to figure out what I want out of this one.  When I went to Paris, I had no idea what to ... Read more >

Tags: china, france, metro, paris, public transportation system

Santiago de Chile

CHILE | Fri, 8 Feb 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [911]

Santiago was a pleasent surpise for us. We only really spent two days there and to be honest, I can´t imagine needing any more than that, but it was a nice big city with a really pleasent feel to it. The metro system is ace, and cheap. It even has ... Read more >

Tags: chile, city, hotel, latin america, metro, museum, pisco sour, restaurant, santiago de chile, south america

We're here in Buenos Aires

ARGENTINA | Sat, 17 Nov 2007 | By katrinamckeever | Views [640]

Love this place, don't know why but I just do. It is a bit dirty, a bit smelly, full of cars and battered old busses, down at heel, noisey and busy. There are 12 lanes of traffic running through the city centre which take four separate pedestrian crossings ... Read more >

Tags: airport, argentina, buenos aires, casada rosada, eva peron, metro, people, recoleta, red wine., steak

Pinays in the City

SPAIN | Sun, 8 Apr 2007 | By dartagnan | Views [723]

My Easter Sunday consisted of a lot of thinking time on the train to Madrid. The 4 hour trip from Estacio Sants wasn't bad at all. Reflecting on what I have experienced so far in this trip was pleasantly interrupted from time to time by the spectacular ... Read more >

Tags: filipino, madrid, metro, philippines, planes trains & automobiles, spain


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