After a slightly stressful week of midterms, we were gifted with a week off of school for fall break. My roommate and I decided to take full advantage of our time off and traveled to Ireland, London, and Portugal. We had such an amazing time. We got to meet up with lots of friends on our different stops and experienced so many new cultures. Additionally, we may or may not have eaten our way through the trip. This video gives a little bit of a peek into our…

Okay, I don’t know about you, but I LOVE coffee. Like 4+ cups of coffee a day. I know it’s a bit obsessive but once you come to Prague you’ll understand why. Back in the States, I would have my morning coffee when I woke up. My roommates and I would take turns waking up first and making a pot and then go about our days, I might have stopped at Starbucks or The Market on Larimer Square. back in Denver, CO where I attended university but that…

Going to school in Prague and attending Anglo-American University is completely different than my home university. Although it was unfamiliar at first, I have come to love it. The school itself is a short twenty minute walk along the river for me. Even though I can take the tram, I prefer to walk because the city is gorgeous. The first time I walked into AAU I was taken aback. During orientation they told us the building was an old palace and you can definitely tell. The staircase leading…

To put it simply, interning in a foreign country is so rad. I arrived in Prague with the slightest knowledge about my internship. After many Skype fails and lots of back and forth emailing, I woke up one fine morning in July to a welcome email from the company where I now intern! Although the email contained a brief description of my internship duties, it was very vague and left me with more questions than answers. During my second week in Prague I finally got to start my…

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Studying abroad is a wonderful time for students to make lifelong friends, international contacts, and experience different cultures. Unfortunately some students miss out on expanding their international network while they are abroad. The easy thing to do is to stay within your comfort zone while abroad, however it should be a time for new experiences. Isn’t that why we all chose to study abroad in the first place? To experience something new and exciting, which will not only be an adventure of a lifetime, but also excel us into…

“Studying abroad is going to be an amazing experience, you’re going to learn so much.” -everyone I heard this phrase, or one just like this, countless times from family, friends, teachers – almost everyone I talked to about my plans for my spring semester. I responded each time with a big smile and something to the effect of “I am so excited, I can’t wait.” The response had become almost instinctive, and behind that smile hid uncertainty and a wonderful sense of anticipation. Throughout the process of planning…

I have about a month and a half left of my study abroad experience, so lately i have enjoyed just exploring Prague in my free time. The tourist attractions and activities are fun but I have found many other unique (and free) things to do all around the city. These are my four free and favorite things to do in Prague! Petrin Park The Petrin Tower (or mini version of the Effiel Tower) is a common tourist attraction but what most tourists do not realize is the surrounding…

A major part of the study abroad experience is living in and among the culture. During my semester in Prague, I get the opportunity to live in an apartment with four roommates in Prague 1. I love that my apartment is in a regular complex and I live alongside Czechs. A great part about traveling with CEA is that they organize and furnish your apartment with everything you need to have an amazing study abroad experience! Come and take a quick tour of my apartment! Eliza J. is…

Different from the all-day excursion to Karlovy Vary, some of the excursions that CEA offers are actually located in Prague. These activities are usually on a weekday and last just a few hours. They are a great way to meet other CEA students and learn a little more about Prague. The activities are great because they take us to unique places that I would never be able to find on my own. One of my favorite activities was the Strahov Monastery and Brewery Tour. The tour met at…

  jíst is Czech for ‘to eat.’ Prague is home to many wonderful restaurants, cafes, and other eateries that offer a wide variety of dishes, flavors, and cultures. That said, sometimes it’s nice to grab a quick meal or snack on the way home or between classes. Prague has a few American chain companies like McDonald’s, KFC, or Burger King but I wanted to try something new. I’ve compiled a list of some of my favorite fast food options that Prague offers! Burrito Loco Burrito Loco is hands-down…