I've made it back to the United States and am starting to reflect on my past two months in Europe. I feel incredibly lucky to have been able to take this journey and learn about other cultures, while also learning a lot about myself. I also met fifteen other amazing people from across the United States. We were adapting to new cultures while also learning about each other. We all became very close over the few weeks and it was wonderful to be there with them. While abroad, I visited five different countries and many more cities within those countries. Each city was unique and had its own charm. We started our journey in Paris, France. We saw many landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Sacre Coeur. A few of my roommates and I booked a weekend trip to Munich, Germany the first weekend we were there and had a blast. After Paris, we went to Rome, Italy. I was most familiar with this city because many of my friends had studied abroad here before and told me all about it. One of the weekends in Italy, a few of us traveled to the Amafli Coast and went to Sorrento, Capri, Positano, and Pompeii. Finally, we went to Madrid, Spain. This was a lively city with great food and nightlife. After our program ended, I met my family in London, England to explore yet another city. This was a little different from the other cities, but was full of history and culture.
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<p>My name is Madison Daubert and I am a Junior at Temple University, studying Early Childhood Education with a concentration in Special Education. I love to spend time with my family and friends. I also love taking care of my dogs and cats. Some of my hobbies and interests include, singing, photography and videography.</p>