Budapest: A Tale of Two Cities…

Soren Kyhl Travel

… divided for centuries by the Danube river into Buda (the city of the west) and Pest (the city of the east). As a brother who shared a room for fourteen years of his life, I can only imagine the amount of medieval carnage exchanged between those two cities. Eventually, …

Soren KyhlBudapest: A Tale of Two Cities…

Ljubljana…Where is that, exactly?

Stuart Streit Travel

For those of you reading this who have never heard of Ljubljana or its parent nation, Slovenia, we should probably start off with a few facts about the two: Ljubljana (lyoo-BLYAH-nah) is the capital city of Slovenia. Ljubljana’s population is only a little less than 283,000; meaning it is approximately …

Stuart StreitLjubljana…Where is that, exactly?

An Italian Immersion

Paul Kearney Newsletter, Travel

My first visit to Bologna occurred during the fall semester of my junior year—a semester I spent studying abroad in Rome.  It was a gloomy, overcast Sunday in October, and almost all of the famous Bolognese eateries were closed for the day of rest.  I left the provincial capital of …

Paul KearneyAn Italian Immersion

A Grand Homecoming

Francesco Tassi Travel

It’s our fourth day on tour. Rome seems like that dream that you can’t quite remember—its food, its tourists…not to mention the ageless cobblestoned streets, where our craned necks, strained from basking in art, arches, and a bygone era, found refuge. The hills of Tuscany, which I call home, now …

Francesco TassiA Grand Homecoming

Veni, Vidi, Cecini!

Marc Gazda Travel

‘We came, We Saw, We Sang!’ Where better to begin a tour of Europe than at the beginning? As we met the Tuesday morning sunshine on our bus ride from Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci International Airport to the hotel, I was greeted with the faces of familiar friends. The buildings, monuments, …

Marc GazdaVeni, Vidi, Cecini!