I Came, I Saw, I Fell in Love — Our Blog Post of the Week

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Kiah Zellner-Smith
July 31, 2015

Sometimes, it takes being in the comfort of your home to truly internalize all you have seen, learned, and experienced abroad—the challenges you faced, the obstacles you overcame, and how incredibly worthwhile it all was. In this week’s Blog Post of the Week from Hannah Abel (Multi-Location: Paris, Rome & Madrid, Summer 2015), she discusses just that.

“You will have days that you love it, days that you hate it, and then plenty of days in between. Going abroad may not be easy, but it is so worth it and you are reminded of it every single day,” says Hannah.  “Because how can you complain when you are sitting in the Parc du Champ de Mars watching the sun set behind the Eiffel Tower? Or eating spaghetti carbonara and tiramisu while gazing at the Castel Sant'Angelo? Or having cafe con leche with your professor before class at the Palacio Real?”

Read the rest of Hannah’s post here.

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