Acropolis of Athens

The Acropolis of Athens is one of the world’s most recognized historical treasures and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. There’s nothing I can tell you about it in this blog post that you don’t already know or can’t find through an authoritative source. What I can do, though, is tell you how I felt … Continue reading

Greece Day Tour: Mycenae, Nafplio, and Epidaurus

Once I met up with the West Texas A&M University study abroad group, I adopted their travel schedule. One day, we took a bus tour to Mycenae and several other locations. We started the morning with pick up at a local hotel, and a couple of hours later we made our first rest stop in Corinth, where we … Continue reading

The River Seine

The River Seine plays a large role in making Paris such an aesthetically pleasing place to visit. It’s even included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. As I walked through the city, I would often look (with a little bit of envy) at the people who were sitting along its banks reading or relaxing the … Continue reading