One of the best parts of living in Europe is how easy it is to travel. You have the ability to see so much and experience so many different cultures for relatively cheap. If you budget your time and money well enough you can cover a lot of ground. If you can find a study abroad program that offers course travel built into your schedule like the European Union program...even better. For our last course-related trip I was able to travel to London, Belfast, Dublin, and Stockholm. We were lucky enough to attend so many amazing meetings about Brexit, Conflict Resolution in Ireland, and EU-Russia Relations. Each city was unique and incredible. Enjoy some photos to get a taste of what European travel is like!
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<p>My name is Elizabeth Thies and I am originally from Medina, Ohio but I now live in Washington, D.C. as a rising senior at George Washington University studying International Affairs. I am passionate about traveling and learning foreign languages as I speak English and Spanish while learning Russian and German. I also really love staying active and am on GW's Women's Club Volleyball team and am an avid SCUBA diver. Spending time with animals (dogs are my favorite) never fails to make my day! Lastly, I am a huge book geek and am constantly reading my favorite genre of historical non-fiction.</p>