- Salou... Food... Wine...Afternoon all,
So it's been a fair while since I updated the blog... whoops! Sorry! We are currently sitting on Ange & Sam's couch in London, taking a break from dealing with letting agents, banks and trying to save some Posted by fatmonkey in Europe 2015 | Jun 5, 2015
- Day 1 Zurich to Mallorca* Drop carryon luggage at Lora's car.
* Lighten my load by unpacking some gifts.
* Take our other luggage to checkin for flight to Mallorca.
* I already have a seat assignment but Lora doesn't. She uses the kiosk and Posted by sherrietravels in Mallorca, Majorca or Whatever | Jun 4, 2015
- Everyday Energy Saving - Project 1
In this video, Tessa, Elizabeth, and Emma discuss the everyday energy saving techniques we've noticed while in Spain. Topics include: reusable napkins, clotheslines, shorter showers, the lack of automatic toilet Posted by emmaclements in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 4, 2015
- Para llevar? No!One thing about Pamplona that has been very strange for me is the lack of to-go cups. In the United States, I go to coffee shops all the time, but I rarely buy my coffee for in house. I buy Posted by emmaclements in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 3, 2015
- Lets Look At Them Side By SideI´ve been in Valencia for one week now. My first analysis: it´s a wonderful place with incredible people. For those of you who have never been, let me quickly list some similarities and differences between here and the USA to Posted by WorldRun in The Great Travel Race | Jun 3, 2015
- COSì VICINI!!!!!Per tutti quelli che se lo stanno chiedendo e che non lo sanno ancora tramite FB e altri social, la scorsa settimana sono stata niente popo'dimenoche in SPAGNAAAAA!!!!!!! Ole'!
Purtroppo solo per pochi giorni[i] (si perchè è stata davvero una to Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Jun 2, 2015
- Parks and Plazas
I am always amazed by the amount of parks and plazas they have here in Pamplona. They are accessible to the public and contain many benches and gardens, and are a very nice place to just sit. Posted by tcanderson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 2, 2015
- BilbaoThis past Friday we went to Bilbao with the Learning Institute and decided to stay the night and spend Saturday there as well. Friday we went to the Guggenheim, which was a really cool building Posted by esconnell in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 1, 2015
- Moving our Travel Adventures blog to TravellerspointWe are looking for easier ways to share our Travel Adventures. Let's test Travellerspoint. Posted by drlepervanche in DrLepervanche's Travel Adventures | May 31, 2015
- Fútbol! Everyone on any trip has that one thing that they want to do if they do not get to do anything else. My thing that I wanted to do was to see a soccer game. My one thing came true Posted by JohnConnor in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 31, 2015
- Western EuropeDay One (Part One): Last country I will be visiting of Western Europe is Barcelona, Spain. The Roman Empire founded "Barcino" in the 1st century BC and the city has been a meeting point for different cultures ever since. Barcelona Posted by ejrvaldez16 in My Dream Trip around the World | May 30, 2015
- Observations on ConservationI have noticed a few things regarding how energy and other things are conserved over here in Spain. In America, we always leave lights on in public bathrooms and have automatic flushing toilettes that often flush multiple times without you Posted by tcanderson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 30, 2015
We rose at 7am to get to breaky early and checked out at 8am then it was a 15 min downhill walk with our luggage to the train station. It was the first long distance train trip for both Posted by craigdpratt in Father Daughter Camino Pilgrimage | May 29, 2015
- Santiago de CompestellaOur first morning in Santiago meant a sleep in and no more walking. We got up in time to get to the pilgrims mass at 12 noon which was a fantastic experience. Standing room only and at least 10 television Posted by craigdpratt in Father Daughter Camino Pilgrimage | May 29, 2015
- Camino - the second 3 daysWe had breakfast with the giant buns and left around 9.30 but i went the wrong way and Eliza got us back on track but was rather frustrated that on a day we had to walk 21km i just added Posted by craigdpratt in Father Daughter Camino Pilgrimage | May 29, 2015
- AdventuresPeople say that pictures are worth a thousand words, and usually I would agree. Painting a picture in someone's head does take some time, yet the hardest thing to do is describe all the details. Well, if you gave me Posted by JohnConnor in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 28, 2015
- El Palacio de NavarraPamplona is quite a charming city, and while it is very relaxed (lots of hole-in-the-wall coffee shops!), it is also very regal. The group visited the Palace of Navarra to prove it. Between the Goya painting (pictured below) and the Posted by emmaclements in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 28, 2015
- Malaga[img=http://photos.tra Posted by sarahisland in Cape Town to Dublin | May 28, 2015
- History EverywherePamplona's rich history is visible virtually everywhere you go. Yesterday we ate lunch at a a place called Molino that had taken an old mill and converted it into a restaurant/kayak rental and lesson store. Then we we all along Posted by esconnell in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 27, 2015
- Revolution and Futbol
Sideways because travellerspoint has issues! However, is you read you can see that a group working on social change is using the public's love of futbol to foster their Posted by dgwilliamson03 in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 27, 2015
- Cueta Posted by sarahisland in Cape Town to Dublin | May 27, 2015
- First Impressions My first 48 hours in the country have been rough. I say that because of the time difference, mainly because of jet lag. Once I got past the jet lag, I got to see the beauty of Pamplona. As I Posted by JohnConnor in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 25, 2015
- First Post-first impressionsThe first thing I noticed was how few people spoke English. I fully understood what it was like to be alone in a country that does not speak the same language and I now have immense respect for the immigrants Posted by tcanderson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 25, 2015
- Spain: First ImpressionsSpain is a very different place than the United States. Even having stayed in Pamplona for only 48 hours, there are a few things that have really struck me. For example, meals are extremely different, from the time we eat Posted by emmaclements in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 25, 2015
- Bienvenido a EspañaThe first few days here have been great; except perhaps Saturday with all the sleep-deprived travelling. My host family, Maite and Jesus are fantastic and Maite has made sure that we aren't going hungry. She is a great cook and Posted by esconnell in Alabama Engineering in Europe | May 25, 2015