Slow Tourism in Bergen, Norway

Easter in Bergen yielded dark windows and locked doors, but a little creativity wrought answers to what good coffee truly tastes like, how relentless the appetites of sea gulls are, and how Superman in flight sees the world. Continue reading “Slow Tourism in Bergen, Norway”

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Photo Journal | Gothenburg Konstmuseet

The art museum of Gothenburg, Sweden is a treasure trove of painting, sculpture and history, easily accessible on the exquisite shopping street of Avenyn. Continue reading “Photo Journal | Gothenburg Konstmuseet”

Outside the Pamphlets | Tips for Studying Abroad

Most universities and programs provide study abroad candidates with a packet of some sort which outlines school policies, advises on insurance matters, and provides rudimentary packing lists. As a recent returnee from a 6-month overseas excursion, I can attest to a few more hints that these paper piles might overlook. Continue reading “Outside the Pamphlets | Tips for Studying Abroad”

8 Hours in Hamburg, Germany

The buzzing port city of Hamburg is difficult to leave after earning a taste of its rich waterfront culture. If you only have one day to breathe it in, you might as well make each inhale count. Continue reading “8 Hours in Hamburg, Germany”

Watering Flowers with Champagne | Valborg in Uppsala

Valborg is celebrated throughout Sweden on April 30, but Uppsala is It with regards to grabbing the festival vibe of the holiday. Continue reading “Watering Flowers with Champagne | Valborg in Uppsala”