I’ll miss you food

I have been eating so good since I have been traveling throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. I am small framed girl, but I can eat! The food throughout the country has been so delicious and what I love most about being out here is the huge price difference in meals. Though euros and pounds…

How Cardiff Uses Outdoor Seating To Speak With Potential Customers

Everyone has had the experience where they are out trying to find something to eat and based on restaurant names they are not able to decide on something until finally maybe something inside one of those restaurant’s catches their eye. Personally, I had a similar experience not too long ago in London. Along with a…

Same Atmosphere, Different Country

Comparing and Contrasting Rochester and Cardiff— By: Bridget Bartos Cardiff reminded me of my hometown of Rochester, Michigan, almost immediately. Although Cardiff is bigger and more full-of-life, it has the hometown friendly feel and some great and unique desert places and restaurants. The set up of Cardiff was the first comparison that came to my mind….

Live Music In Cardiff

By: Emily Lovasz After visiting Cardiff, Wales I noticed a lot of differences and similarities to the United States and more specifically East Lansing. England and Wales have very similar cultures to the U.S. when it comes to nightlife. Both East Lansing, while a college town, and Cardiff have a very lively presence when the…

Communicating through food

Communicating through food -Anastasia Niforos After spending the last five days in Cardiff, Wales I became very observant of the way food and drink were exhibited throughout the small city. I noticed that the way in which it was communicated was much different than what I have seen in the U.S. I realized that this,…

Welsh Architecture Paints Quite The Picture

By Trevor Klaus When people tend to name off countries within the United Kingdom, Wales is usually one of the last ones mentioned by whoever is doing the naming. However, the smallest country on Great Britain shares equally as much history as the other four kingdoms that are currently united. The history of Wales, like…

A declining historical heritage

Last Friday, we began our journey to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, and we spent five days in there. What attracted me most was not Welsh food or Wales’ beautiful sightseeing but was the language. Or, I should say, Welsh. Welsh language, or Cymraeg, is the traditional language of Wales in UK. However, due…