News broke recently that American citizens along with people from more than 60 countries will soon need a visa to enter Europe’s Schengen Zone, an area compromised of 26 countries. This, however, is a bit misleading. The new clearance is not a visa, but an approval through the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS).… Continue reading Americans Will Need an ETIAS for European Travel, Not a Visa
Traveling the world has been such an experience, to say the least, during my time abroad. I never would have thought coming to London would open the door to see so many other new places. Within my semester here at the London College of Fashion I had a two-week period off from classes. Part of… Continue reading A Student’s First Time Planning a Trip Abroad
I will miss this gorgeous city tremendously, but hopefully one day I will be back.
It was amazing riding around this charming city by bike and I could not get over how fortunate I was as I glided past 200 plus year-old buildings.
I felt the tears well up in my eyes as I exited the plane with a huge grin on my face. I had waited eight years to come back to the city that stole my heart. Bonjour Paris, comment allez-vous? My Pop Pop arranged a driver to grab us from the airport. We moved through… Continue reading Paris Day 1: A Stroll and a Lesson