Two weeks ago, I asked my body to do the what is probably the hardest thing I've ever done. Four friends and I decided to hike a Presidential Range traverse, which means that we hiked up and over all the mountains in the Presidential Range in the White Mountains in New Hampshire. In just under … Continue reading A Presidential Traverse
Some of our friends from Spain came to visit, and since they had come all the way to America, they wanted to see New York City. Due to some unfortunate scheduling conflicts (aka class and meetings), we couldn't all stay overnight, so we decided to do the whole trip in one day. We left … Continue reading New York in One Day
I know that this was originally just a study abroad blog (and I am definitely not abroad anymore unless you count Boston as a foreign country); but I figured that since its original purpose was to keep my family updated while I was in Spain, I could continue using it to show some everyone that … Continue reading Viajar con Katie 2.0?
Yo he estado evitando escribiendo mi último blog. De hecho, he estado evitando hacer muchas cosas antes de irme de España. Pensaba que, si no escribo, o digo adiós, o no cojo mi maleta no necesitaba salir. Yo sé que no puedo quedarme, pero me siento tan cómoda y contenta viviendo aquí que yo quiero. … Continue reading The Last One
Our next stop after Greece was Granada. Nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada is a small city in southern Spain best known for being the last outpost of the Moors in Spain. The main attraction in Granada is la Alhambra, a giant palace/fortress/garden complex. We spent an entire day exploring … Continue reading Granada in Pictures
The next stop on our trip was Greece! I had been wanting to visit Greece, but it was too hard expensive to get to from Spain, so my parents included Greece in our big trip (thanks for the awesome trip, Dad!!!). We flew to Heraklion, Crete, where we spent a night. The next morning, we visited … Continue reading Greece in Pictures
After I was done with finals, I packed up my room, said my goodbyes, and headed to Edinburgh to meet my parents for some end-of-semester, celebratory travels. We started in Scotland, to see Inverary Castle (the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of Clan Campbell aka Campbell Castle). The castle was built in … Continue reading Edinburgh(?) in Pictures