I graduated in the beginning of May, and after coming home, I promptly realized that none of my friends were home, so I decided to pick up and visit my friend Giulietta in Montréal for a few days. Walking through Montréal was very reminiscent of Europe. That might sound a bit obvious, since Montréal is in Quebec, but … More Eating My Way Through Montréal
It has legitimately been way too long since I last posted. In that time, I celebrated my birthday, cooked my hall Thanksgiving dinner, received visits in Copenhagen from THREE of my best friends, did some last-minute exploring, and said goodbye to a place I thought of as a second home, as well as people that … More Hello Again
For my long study tour, I had the incredible pleasure of going to a little-known country named Kosovo. Before leaving, every time I told people where I was going I would either get dumbfounded stares, or people who tried to act way more geographically aware than they were. “Oh yeahhh, Kosovo! So wait, where is … More Kosovo: The Country That Loves America More Than Americans Do
After my weekend in Paris, I moved on to Rome to see my best friend, Giulietta. Before this trip, I had only been to Italy once during the summer after 10th grade. But these three days made me fall in love with it. I was able to talk to people and get by in the … More Roman Holiday (Plus Oktoberfest!)
The first weekend of my Travel break, I stayed in Paris with my friend, Rachel. This was my first time in Paris, and before this, all I had heard was that Parisians are cold, especially towards Americans. But while I was there, I found that the Parisians I met were actually quite nice, and friendly … More YOPO (My weekend in Paris)
This week I learned that wandering around and asking people for pictures is a little tough in Copenhagen. Some of the people I approached were not at all willing to stop. On my first attempt, I approached a rather stylish elderly couple. The exchange went something like this: “Excuse me–” “No.” After that first rejection, … More Style Shots
Here is a look into my life for the past month! Sadly fewer pictures of food than I would like.
After a month in Copenhagen, I’ve noticed some similarities and differences between this city and the U.S. One of the things that instantly stood out to me is the fact that everyone in this city is beautiful. People who look like models casually walk down the street, and everyone looks super fabulous. Here are a … More Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen