Rebecca Brooke Berry
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  • Mission Viejo, CA
  • United States
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UCEAP University of Lyon, Year
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The End, and Epilogue

Clearly, I am not meant for blogging. Over the past several months it has crossed my mind to blog something about my adventures, travels, stories. In the end, I couldn't be bothered.  However, given that I have entered the last 168 hours of my year abroad I figured I would have one final post. 

I could write about my last trip to Greece, or staying at the french…


Posted on June 6, 2014 at 5:30am

5 countries in a month? Not too shabby.

One nice thing about the French university system is that halfway through the semester they decide everyone needs a week off.  So October 26 through November 3 I was traveling with two fellow students from California.

I remember the days when I used to fear metros and public transportation because of my lack of experience.  Now they're my…


Posted on November 12, 2013 at 3:30pm

6 bars in 4 days, it's been a good week.

I have a new favorite activity. And a deep appreciation for France's legal drinking age being 18. I decided to start the week off right; Monday after four hours of class I enjoyed a 5pm happy hour pint at the beer garden on the Rhône, before my last 2 hours of class.  

Tuesdays end at 8pm, so it was decided that this warranted the exploration of the many bars on the…


Posted on October 13, 2013 at 10:54am

Reasons I love being fluent in Spanish

To those who are unaware, I am fluent in Spanish. To those who think that therefore it is easy for me to learn French, this is a LIE. So naturally I found the one class at my University offered in Spanish. It's my favorite. (**Disclaimer: I am definitely being sufficiently immersed in French, all 5 of my other classes are entirely in French.)  When the prof started speaking Spanish it was hard to keep from grinning; it was wonderful to not…


Posted on September 23, 2013 at 12:51pm





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