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Europe a la Carte

http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/

Founded by Karen Bryan, this blog is an extensive resource for anyone traveling in Europe. With a team of writers, they have covered many of Europe's destinations. Their travel guides include insights into the culture and history of different cities, as well as tips for travelers on a budget.

Review of Roca Negra Hotel & Spa in Agaete, Gran Canaria
by Karen Bryan over 3 years ago
Some Good Late Availability Deals on Travelzoo
by Karen Bryan over 3 years ago

Wandering Italy

http://wanderingitaly.com/blog/

Wandering Italy offers readers an inside look at everything Italy. Food, festivals, news, travel, tips, restaurants, and general history make up this wonderful blog spot.

How Big is Italy?
by James Martin over 1 year ago
Outlet Mall Food
by James Martin over 1 year ago

Euro Bookings

http://www.europeanhotelspecialist.com/category/italy

Euro Bookings is an all encompassing travel site. It has a nice, extended section on Italy that provides solid information for those visiting.


Understanding Italy

http://www.understandingitaly.com/

The site says it provides everything the reader would ever want to know about Italy. And they weren't kidding -- This is a fantastic, bigger blog spot/website that offers a little bit of everything for the reader.



Tiramisu

http://cafebacaro.blogspot.com/

Blogger Laura offers Italian cooking knowledge within her blog pages. She lives in California, but grew up in Venice and is now a pastry chef.

Bread Baking Buddies:Brioche Snowflake
by Laura over 2 years ago
Turkey and Kale Salad
by Laura over 2 years ago

International Student

http://www.internationalstudent.com/study-abroad/blog/

Read the practical advice provided for interested students by students studying abroad. Written as a running journal you won’t skip a beat as you travel along with students as they post pictures and record the emotions felt when traveling away from home.

What Are Your Goals For 2016?
by Amar Chaniago over 1 year ago

Vanessa’s UND Study Abroad Blog

http://undstudyabroad2.wordpress.com/

Vanessa traveled through Prague and the Czech Republic and has a lot to share. From making friends to celebrating holidays, check out Vanessa’s blog for a peak into a beautiful part of the world, that sometimes gets overlooked.


Gypsy Traveler

http://tcugypsytraveler.blogspot.com/

Follow Bianca as she explores beautiful Seville, Spain where she finds amazing food and breaths the Spanish culture. By the time Bianca’s time is done you will be ready to head to Spain as well to create your own lifetime memories.


Katie Pau Life En France

http://katiespaulife.wordpress.com/

Katie studied abroad in Pau, France and recorded her journey for herself, family and friends wanting to stay connected. She makes an interesting list of habits she found peculiar that the French follow, great to be aware of before living and studying in France.


International Student: Study in the UK Blog

http://uk.internationalstudent.com/blog/

This blog seeks to provide relevant, useful information for students interested in studying in the United Kingdom. Posts include such topics as finance, living in dorms versus living in off-campus housing, and applying to different programs.

SEO Success Factors
by Emil Gallant about 2 years ago
Language Optimization
by Emil Gallant over 2 years ago

Unlimited Toast

http://unlimitedtoast.umwblogs.org/

Blogger Mary Ann shared every bit of her Austrian study abroad excursion on her blog, which features long, detailed, journal-like posts about her travelling adventures. Future study abroad students can learn a lot about how to take advantage of every moment of their experience by reading this dedicated blogger's work.


Thalia Explores Greece

http://thaliaabroad.umwblogs.org/

As its name suggests, this blog was written by a student travelling to Greece, who also took the time to visit Turkey while abroad. Anyone intending to travel in Greece can find useful information about transportation, hospitality, and food by carefully reading this extraordinarily detailed blog.


American Werewoulfe in Limerick

http://americanwerewoulfeinlimerick.blogspot.com/

This blog is a non-traditional take on the study abroad blog. The blogger behind this quirky work is an American student taking on Ireland, sharing travel tips, advice for students, and advice for artists who are looking to travel in Ireland.

Cara Menggunakan Suplemen secara Bijak
by dorotea tirta about 2 years ago
Pengobatan Untuk Osteopenia
by dorotea tirta about 2 years ago

KHollin: Adventures. Escapades. Naps.

http://khollin.wordpress.com/

Blogger Kate Hollingsworth seeks to bring a little adventure into her fellow student's lives by encouraging travelling and study abroad adventures. Her own study abroad experiences include Germany, Prague, and the Czech Republic, and her blog includes the details of her work and escapades while in these remarkable places, and how she incorporates her experience in her daily life in Georgia.

Café du Monde
by khollin over 3 years ago
Café du Monde
by khollin over 3 years ago

Kimbo in Spain

http://kimboinspain.blogspot.com/

This is a quintessential study abroad blog, kept by an Oklahoma State University Student embarking on an adventure in Spain. The blog is written in a poetic, artistic format with the intention of capturing the adventuresome travelling experience in words.


reloKATEd

http://relokated.wordpress.com/

Written from the perspective of an Oklahoma State University student travelling in France, this blog follows the study abroad experience from beginning to end. Featuring the blogger's personal experiences and emotions, reading this blog is like reading a real travel story.


Never a Dull Day in Poland

http://www.neveradulldayinpoland.com

Follow the excursions of one entire family, kids included, as they learn to adapt to the new culture, food, and traditions of Polish living. Since the blog documents the experiences everyone in the family, there is sure to be something for everyone in this blog!


Homes for Holiday

http://homesforholiday.co.uk

Providing information on things to do in the UK, where to stay, the best of UK cities, towns and villages. High focus on holiday homes!


Discover the Czech Republic

http://www.discoverczechrep.com

A well Kept Secret Discover The Czech Republic is a blog all about the Czech Republic by an ExPat living in Brno. Most people know of Prague. Its a tourist destination already famed for its culture, architecture, sights and beauty. Many people have already visited Prague. But few know much about the rest of this small but beautiful country. Outside of Prague the visitor will stumble upon small towns and villages rich with history, charm and character. Along the way, they will meet fairytale castles amidst tree covered hills and lakes. Each small town will boast something of interest for the visitor whether it be the town square, local cuisine or beer. Not to see the Czech Republic outside of Prague is a mistake many visitors make. So escape with me, your host, and discover the beauty of the true Czech Republic away from the MacDonalds and English language signs of Prague. Visit this country through the eyes of an American/British expatriate who has fallen in love with this amazing country. Discover the Czech Republic with me…

Concrete Statues of the Zdar Area
by Gary Vasey about 3 years ago
More Czech Paradise….
by Gary Vasey over 3 years ago

BLAH BLOB LOG

http://www.blahbloblog.com

Three years ago we left Texas for Germany. This is the story of our adventure. The love and trials traveling Europe, raising kids abroad, drinking beer, eating chocolate and trying to make sense of it all.... Part photo blog, part travel blog, part mommy blog, some crafty, some thrifty, some art-y. It is, like my life (and house), frequently messy and difficult to define.

Beach Babes
by Megan over 1 year ago
Happy Birthday, Nicholas!
by Megan almost 2 years ago

Walpole Hops the Pond...

http://www.walpolehopsthepond.blogspot.com

I'm embarking on a two-year journey in London for my Master's of Public Administration at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

World Heritage Site Update
by Kathleen Walpole over 2 years ago
Goodbye 2014
by Kathleen Walpole over 2 years ago

Yo Soy Rebel Travels

http://yosoyrebel.blogspot.com

Study Abroad Italy: A young girls travels through Europe. I studied abroad in Viterbo, Italy from September 2011 to May 2012.


Living in a City that I Can't Pronounce

http://myscenicroute.tumblr.com

My attempt to share my 8 month adventure as I live and play professional volleyball in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

www.rachadams.com
almost 4 years ago

It's About the Journey

http://itsabouttakingthejourney.blogspot.com

I am an expat mom of two, navigating the ups and downs of all that Europe has to offer.