Have a wholesome midterm break - czech!

Jennifer Zhang
October 31, 2017

After six weeks of classes, I took my midterms on Monday and Tuesday (October 23-24) of last week. Unlike America's standardized tests, these exams consisted of open-ended questions, allowing for holistic thinking and critical analysis which I like more. On Wednesday, October 25, I flew from London to Nuremberg, Germany to start off my midterm break! I then took a three-hour bus to Prague, Czech Republic. No matter which aspect I look at Prague -whether it is architecture, history, people, or food- I absolutely think this Golden City was beautiful to witness. It was quite windy and chilly during my visit, but this did not take away from my experience. I decided to take an early bus back to Nuremberg on Sunday morning so I can see German architecture before my Sunday night flight back to London, and I did exactly that! Nuremberg, you are a neat little city with so much historical significance. 
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Jennifer Zhang

<p style="margin-bottom:12.0pt">Hello and welcome! I am so excited to share my abroad adventures with you here. My love for travel (integrating into different cultures, trying new food, ~attempting~ to pick up languages quickly) + dream of studying abroad in London = eager Jen who truly thinks this will be an experience of a lifetime. With that said... HERE. WE. GO!!<span style="text-autospace:none"><span style="font-size:16.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Times&quot;,serif"> </span></span></span></p>

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