Travel

In February 2012, I found myself in San Francisco to visit Dylan, a close friend of mine. One of my very favorite things about the city was the public transportation; I took the train (the BART) from the airport to

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“Nothing ever goes as planned when traveling” was a wise word of advice from my dad before we split up in the Munich underground. He was not being pessimistic: he was telling me to expect things to go wrong and

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I didn’t get many pictures of my trip through Germany because I spent most of my time on the road. The shots that I did manage are worth sharing. To start off my adventure, I took a train to Strausbourg,

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Last November, I spent a few days in the capital of the Czech Republic. Prague was a colorful, sprawling city, and it was filled with tourists doing touristy things, not unlike myself. I walked miles on the cobblestone streets. If

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I brought my 35mm Fisheye camera with me to Europe, but only used one roll for the duration of my trip. While I wish I took more pictures on film, it was a delight getting these developed two months after

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After leaving Salzburg, Austria, we knew that we were straight on the way to Prague. Upon entering the Czech Republic, however, we made a quick stop in Český Krumlov. The beauty of this place was awe-inspiring. I immediately fell in

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Happy holidays, everybody! I wish you all the most fabulous feasts and the least dramatic family gatherings possible. I’ll be spending the holidays in Austin, Texas where the temperature is still above 50°F and there isn’t a flake of snow

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Greetings from the midwest! The past week has involved: – final exams – my birthday! – packing up all of my suitcases – spotlessly cleaning my apartment – a 14 hour flight from Paris, France, to Chicago, Illinois. I’m currently

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We arrived in Innsbruck, Austria very late at night, so I went straight to sleep as soon as I arrived at the hotel. When I woke up, the unexpected view out of my window was breathtaking: there were mountains and

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From what I’ve experienced, there is not really any way to get around feeling homesick, especially after long periods of time. For me, at times, it was really slight; little things would remind me of home and make me miss

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