Category Archives: Public Transportation

I Traveled the Land of Braveheart and Liquid Sunshine by Myself (Allyson Bills)

Dublin airport never looked so nice.  Made it there around 4:00am on Wednesday, November 14th with a lot of time to spare before my 6am flight to Scotland.  But getting to the airport was the real fun.  I walked to the bus station … Continue reading

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Studying Abroad? Easy When You Live in the World’s Most Livable City (Kyle McCarragher)

When I considered studying abroad, I never thought I would be doing so and living in the world’s most livable city at the same time! Melbourne, Australia was the second most livable city in the world for a while (behind … Continue reading

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Public Transport in Grenoble (Alissa De Valk)

Looking back on my semester in France, I can’t believe how quickly it has gone and how many things I got used to that I know I thought were unusual when I arrived. One of the main things was the … Continue reading

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Ryanair (Tom Mauthe)

Those of you who are studying abroad in the future will come to know the Ryanair airline service.  When making plans to travel around Europe, Ryanair’s price for traveling between countries will appear too good to be true.  You will … Continue reading

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Happy Days on the Emerald Isle (Jenny Cheke)

The four-month mark is coming right around the corner, which means my time here on the Emerald Isle is almost over. This is a feeling that I am not quite sure how to explain. I am very excited to go … Continue reading

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From Here to There (Ashley Polomis)

After traveling to a variety of places I thought it was interesting to see how each city differs in their public transportation.  In London there is the ever so famous Underground or tube as well as the classic bright red … Continue reading

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Taxi Cab Confessions (Matt Cahill)

Coming into Dublin I did not know much, but over the past couple months I have learned a lot from the locals. When we first got here, people on the street would walk with us to where it was we … Continue reading

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Safety Comes First (Megan Soukup)

Safety is very important in Italy. There are a lot of people driving motorized vehicles in the city and everyone wears helmets. In the United States, some people were helmets while some people don’t because there is no law saying … Continue reading

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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (Katie Baumgartner)

A huge part of studying abroad is actually having the ability to travel during your semester away. Since I have been in London, I have been able to travel to Ireland twice, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, and will be traveling … Continue reading

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Becoming a Pro at Public Transportation (Meg Domnick)

Coming from a small town in Wisconsin with basically no public transportation available, I was in for a bit of a culture shock coming to Spain!  Public transportation is so abundant here.  There are local buses to get around the … Continue reading

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