Travel Blogs from Sandefjord
... Gamle Aker Kirk, and were surprised at the warm and decorative interior of the Cathedral,
admired the brand new Opera House with it’s multi-faceted tiled roof and had, what is probably our most expensive, beer and sandwich ever in the restaurant there – but it was delicious and served with a wonderful view of Monica ...
... spread throughout the city. In my opinion, our
best stop was St. Patrick's Cathedral, one of Dublin's two medieval
churches. The Cathedral is Ireland's most famous church, appropriate
as it is named after the patron saint of Ireland. It truly is a
sight to behold.
All in all, our trip to Dublin was a great escape from the
responsibilities of studying and paper-writing. From what we saw in
... less than $50 round trip), it seems like a
no-brainer to get out and see the world.
With all that's happened these last
six weeks, and with all we have planned in the upcoming weeks, my
study abroad experience has already been so much more than I could
have ever expected it to be. It's far more than I ever bargained for,
and I'd like to take this time to thank my parents for allowing me to
do this - you're the best! To ...
... comes to the experiences that I've had abroad.
Albeit, most of my experiences have been less stressful than losing
Since my arrival, I have
learned a great deal about the Norwegian lifestyle and culture, more
than I had learned in the last dozen years combined. I've learned
that English is more widely spoken than I expected. In fact, I don't
believe I've met one person here that doesn't speak English. ...
... be an interesting if not challenging semester.
I guess I haven't got anything else of interest for you today. If you have questions about anything, please be sure to ask them! As per request, I will also post last Friday's article that I wrote for the Hillsboro Banner. It has some background info about this trip. I probably should have posted it earlier, but... I didn't. So check that out as well.