Travel Comparison!

By Trevor Klaus No score, and one day ago, I was in the wonderful country known as England. This country, along with many others in the world, is home to many cities with many great things to do in each of them. The United States of America shares a similar trait to that of England,…

The Tube Does It Better

London, England, is one of the most renowned cities in the world, amongst the likes of New York and Los Angeles. As a city, it is full of incredible diversity, history, and culture. At the heart of all that, what keeps the city moving and thriving is its incredibly good public transit system. The underground…

Londone.

By Trevor Klaus As this study abroad draws to a close, it is important to reflect on the experiences I have had throughout the past five weeks, as well as my travels before the trip. What may not be so evident though, is the fact that since this series of blogs will be concluding, so…

This Isn’t A Church’s Chicken!

By Trevor Klaus Upon going to Cambridge, a very prestigious college town I mind you, I was expecting to have a very prestigious experience at such a well regarded institution. This was initially confirmed, when I was told we would be visiting a church! This got me very excited inside, as I believed I was…

Seagull Assaults A Poor Hot Dog!

By Trevor Klaus Over the long weekend, I decided to spend my time traveling around parts of England that were not included in the trip itinerary. These included Manchester, which I had previously visited, as well as some of the outskirts out London. However, the visit I will be talking about today is the one…

Harry Potter Time!

By Trevor Klaus I figured the best way to begin the last week of blogs relating to the trip would be to choose what will likely be the most covered topic on the blogs today. Regardless of the redundancies this blog will surely have with my comrades, the Harry Potter tour at Warner Brother’s Studios London in Watford…

slow your pace down in London

I have visited many big cities before, like Shanghai, New York, Tokyo, and Chicago. Once you enter them, there is one thing which is always same: The pressure they give you. You will find the tall buildings block the sunshine, everyone lowers their head and walk quickly, and traffic is busy and noisy. The high-speed…