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Sweet Like Sucre

Unlike Rio de la Plata, named in the false hope of silver which would later be found in Potosi, Sucre has no relation with sugar in spite of the link forged by my mediocre French. The city was named for a General who played a part in the independence of the country, Continue reading

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Part 1: The Trevi Fountain

Rome: the capital city where its country’s history vibrates through every crack in the pavements, and every Continue reading

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Wenje, Zhang

An American in Rome

As an American transfer student studying full time in Rome, I’ve had the opportunity to travel all over Europe by myself and with others. With Rome as my home base, there has been a very fun and, at times, challenging transition process. This is the beginning of a series discussing this transition and what other Americans visiting Rome should expect.
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Cyprus: Top 5 Places to See

Cyprus has become a popular holiday destination for many British holiday-makers in recent years; the city of Paphos is a favourite for families who want some sun, sea and sand, whilst the town of Ayia Napa is infamous Continue reading

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Bex Walton

Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen

Copenhagen might not be the typical city break destination you’d think of visiting, especially compared to places like Paris and Rome, but when I saw Continue reading

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