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5 Best Coffee shops in Paris for Studying

Paris is one of the most beautiful places in Europe, bursting with inspiration and romance. As a college student, Paris can be a great place for studying outside of campus. You’ll find cafes on nearly every corner serving some of the best coffee and teas in Europe, cozy atmospheres, and more importantly free Wi-Fi. Bonus points if you find a ...

by Guest Blogger, Tiffany Carter

4 Things to Look for While Choosing an E-Learning Platform

E-learning services are thriving across the globe. It provides an immediate insight into the performance by discovering the strengths and weaknesses of a person in a whole innovative way. It may help to keep progress in a loop by using the real-time and relevant data for empowering the learning and teaching experience. It transforms a ...

by Guest Blogger, Kathy Alameda

Actionable Ways to Rock Your Study Skills

Study skills may come easy for some students. However, for those students that struggle to keep up with term papers, discussions, projects, and all other tasks during a study abroad program is overwhelming. Perhaps, you have tried a system of study skills. Does the feeling of achievement leave you empty? It might be time to evaluate your study ...

by Staff, Sophia Glinski

Cycling Abroad: Your Ultimate Safety Guide

The temptation to take to the cycle routes of Europe is hardly surprising, thanks to how deeply ingrained cycle culture is on the continent. Whether you’ll be urban commuting or following the route of a Grand Tour on a road bike, it pays to know what you’re doing and if you’re doing it safely. In this post, we’ll run through the ...

by Guest Blogger, Alex Jones

Cruise Control: Your 3-Step Research Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Next Cruise!

Though typically seen as an utmost leisurely vacation, cruising can be so much more! Going anywhere from the tropic beaches of the Caribbean Islands to the frozen desert of Alaska, the cruise’s destinations are typically the attraction magnet. Excursions aside, the ships themselves encompass an abundance of fresh leisurely and/or energetic ...

Spring Into Action – How to Spend Your Spring Productively in High School

As the school year is making its way to being over, it’s important to be diligent in how you spend these Spring months. The Spring is a great metaphor for blossoming and that’s exactly what you’re going to do. Don’t forget to breathe and also find down time to relax so that you don’t experience the end of the year ...

by Staff, Imani Bashir

Off the Beaten Path: Street Food (Rome)

Off the Beaten Path: Street Food (Rome)   New York Times Best selling author, Ken Follett once said, “hard work should be rewarded with good food”! Truer words were never spoken. A year of tests, essays, and powerpoint presentations can be daunting. However, the excitement of beginning your travels with Abbey Road Programs, should ...

by Staff, Imani Bashir

Off the Beaten Path: Graffiti Tours (Berlin)

Off the Beaten Path: Graffiti Tours (Berlin) Traveling can bring about a monotony of site seeing that can often bore even the most intrigued traveler. It’s typical to land in a place and go to a museum or eat at a cafe, but unless you’re a museum or cafe enthusiast, it can be a snooze fest. Many countries have so much more to offer the ...

by Staff, Imani Bashir

3 Exceptional Restaurants in Seville, Spain

3 Exceptional Restaurants in Seville, Spain 1. Taberna Coloniales This gem is on the corner of a side street across from the cathedral. If you’re looking for a break from your host family’s cooking, this restaurant is the place. The tapas are delicious but relatively cheap, and the staff is very fun. Not only is the food great, but the ...

by Staff, Kristen Smith

5 Must-Have Foods in Southern Spain

If you’re studying abroad or spending some time in Spain, it’d be pretty hard to not come across these classic Spanish dishes. You can find them in the majority of local restaurants, and your host family will definitely have these prepared for you. Enjoy them while you can! And if your host family asks for help during dinner prep, take them ...

by Staff, Kristen Smith