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We here at AmeriSpan try to forward travel news when we can, and thought this bit of information from Smart Traveler might be useful to those of you looking to save money on airfare! It is always best to explore your options before purchasing your flight. Also, please remember that AmeriSpan always recommends you wait… Read more »
This article explores the sheer beauty and rich history of Kanazawa, and gives great insight into the city through a curious visitor’s eyes.
When most people think of planning a language immersion getaway, they probably think of summertime as the best time to go. Such is not always the case, as many schools located in the Southern hemisphere are enjoying their winter during our summer and vice versa! As a result, more and more students are becoming hip… Read more »
Due to inclement weather, some flights in and out of Europe have been experiencing delays. AmeriSpan wants to remind its students to please monitor your flight status and refer to AmeriSpan's tips on minimizing any problems from flight complications. Please note that our office will be closed the next two Fridays, December 24th and December… Read more »
The most important for me is the personal attention towards the students, in offering them your time and listen to their suggestions, or complaints helps us to keep improving. Good teachers, accommodation and a variety of activities and excursions are also essential.
So, since my first trip since I got lost-ish at El Colorado, I have returned to El Colorado, and visited Valley Nevado twice.
By Lauren S., guest video blogger from AmeriSpan's Teen program in Vienna, Austria For details about studying in Vienna, see Studying German in Austria See all of Lauren's video blogs from Vienna
If you are considering studying abroad in Mexico, I highly recommend Playa del Carmen. It is close to many major attractions in Mexico, has beautiful beaches, many options for shopping, and food with a more local feeling than you might get in some other places in Mexico.
Let's face it, sometimes flying can be a serious hassle – especially when in a new place or when time is of the essence. Unexpected delays, security measures, cancellations, and any other annoyance you can think of can arise when trying to get from once place to another, even if you've done all you can… Read more »