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By on April 19th, 2017

International Students City Guide: San Diego

San Diego is one of those cities that locals absolutely swear by. They can’t say enough good things about it. This includes transplants who never want to leave. The vast majority of international students who have lived there will tell you the same thing. While there is more to do in San Diego than we could ever list here, the following examples should be enough to get international students started The San Diego Zoo International students who love animals are…

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By on April 17th, 2017

International Students City Guide San Francisco

San Francisco is a city unlike any other on the entire planet. It has a rich cultural history and continues to be a vibrant hotspot that brings tourists in from all over the world. Any international students who plan on living here for an extended period of time will have all kinds of fun places to explore. The following list will help get you started. The Japanese Tea Garden This garden covers some five acres and has become world famous…

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By on April 14th, 2017

International Students City Guide: Tempe

Every year, many international students will travel to Tempe, Arizona to attend school and enjoy living in this unique and fun city. If you’re doing the same, the following city guide we’ve made specifically for international students should go a long way toward helping you get your feet wet and exploring Tempe for yourself. While we urge you to listen to the locals and ask around about their favorite hotspots, the attractions below come with our highest recommendations. Sea Life…

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