- Barcelona: Gaudi's playgroundOur last stop in Spain together was Barcelona. As I was planning for my trip back in the Spring, Barcelona quickly became the city I was most excited for. I had a list of about 12 things I wanted to Posted by EscapewithKay in Jersey Girl hits Europe | Jul 1, 2014
- Madrid Day TwoToday we took a walking tour of Madrid. The guide was good and gave a lot of interesting facts about Madrid. It gave us a good deal of insight into the Spanish people and culture.
The walk started in Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 30, 2014
- Like Cristòfor Colòn (Christopher Colombus)Blaze
Brian here (or blaze as it appears i have been named). First I'd like to start by saying how much i dislike writing on a tablet, so I'll probably keep my entry short.
Here we are in spain :-) I woke Posted by BlazeNEggplant in Rambles & Fumbles | Jun 30, 2014
- Madrid Day OneWe took the high speed train to Madrid midday. So, we didn't have much time in the city by the time we found the apartment, figured out our location, etc. We did head to the art museum that Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 29, 2014
- Moor of SpainWhen planning our trip Rahmah and I realized that there were so many sights we were seeing and not enough relaxing. When we got to Malaga we went straight to Torremolinos, a small little beach town and spent the night. Posted by EscapewithKay in Jersey Girl hits Europe | Jun 29, 2014
- The Romance of SevillaSevilla is the 8th romantic city in the world (but I think I might love it more than Venice, which is #1). I think I've said that a lot in this blog: "I would definitely come back here"…but for Sevilla Posted by EscapewithKay in Jersey Girl hits Europe | Jun 29, 2014
- Barcelona and Beyond...[center][/center]
For the final stage of our trip we headed to Spain but first we were to stop at Perpignan for 2nights and say goodbye to our closest friend and g Posted by AllisonP in leave of absence | Jun 29, 2014
- Last Day in SevilleWe probably could have left Seville a day early, but our travel plans were set. So, today we tried to see a bit more of the city....we had covered everything else we wanted to do.
So, we walked to a Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 28, 2014
- Seville - Second Full DayToday we went to Alcazar, which was built by the Moors in the 10th century for the heads of state, but reconstructed in the 14th century by King Pedro who was a Christian. He did, however, hire Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 27, 2014
- SevilleToday we got another much needed slow start. We found the place to buy tickets for a flamenco show for tomorrow night! It should be very interesting. We have seen some flamenco dancers in the streets, but Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 26, 2014
- Project 3 Video Posted by Kcarlson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 26, 2014
- Andalusia Road TripGRANADA!!!
Monday morning we rented and car and drove the a city called Granada. It was about noon when we arrived and once we got checked into the hostel and found some food, it was about 2 o'clock...right in time for Posted by BakersAbroad in TheBakersAbroad | Jun 26, 2014
- COOOOOORDOBA!Where to begin....
We took the AVE super fast train from Mardid into Cordoba. Cordoba is a medium sized city in the south of Spain (Andalusia Region). We have friends, Sara and Jose, in the city who lived in our MN Posted by BakersAbroad in TheBakersAbroad | Jun 26, 2014
- Barcelona, Spainnow where are those weird buildings..... Posted by Go See Do Kids in Europe Trip 2014 | May 12, 2014
- Cartagena, Region of Murcia, Spainpronounced Catahena Posted by Go See Do Kids in Europe Trip 2014 | May 11, 2014
- Málaga, Andalusia, SpainWe're in Europe.... at last Posted by Go See Do Kids in Europe Trip 2014 | May 10, 2014
- Travel to SevilleToday wasn't too grueling. We didn't have to be ready for the taxi until 10. Except, the taxi wasn't ready for us. The girl we rented from assured us a taxi would be in front of Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 25, 2014
- Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
[[https://plus.google.com/photos/118098792859679530323/albums/6023766013470705985|Great tour around the island]] Posted by Go See Do Kids in Europe Trip 2014 | May 8, 2014
- PlanetariumToday we got to visit a planetarium located in the middle of one of Pamplona’s parks. The planetarium also had an interesting rocks and minerals collection, which we saw right when we walked in. We then watched a Posted by Kcarlson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 25, 2014
- Last Day in Granada Today we got a much needed late start. The main event for the day was going to another science center. We got started a little later than we would like because we had a bad rainstorm where it Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 24, 2014
- Bio-Building & Biomass Yesterday, the Alabama group went to visit a bioclimatic building and a biomass central heating system. First we went to CENÍFER, a training institution for the preparation and training of professionals in the sector of renewable energies. The Posted by agkolter in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 24, 2014
- Hola not Ola! As soon as we arrived in San Sebastián I fell in love with Spain. The air was different somehow; everything was relaxed. You know when it starts warming up in Perth in Oct/Nov and you can smell summer? Well SS Posted by Fi M in For the love of getting lost! | Jun 24, 2014
- Granada The Moors were in power in Granada until 1492, and we visited the grand palace and surrounding structures they left behind today. Christian King Charles V actually inhabited the Moorish palace instead of destroying it and building on Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 23, 2014
- Renewable Energy in SpainToday we visited a small tech school and research center for renewable energy. We saw the first wind turbines ever planted in the Navarre region, which by pure accident ended up being the top electricity-producing turbines in the world Posted by Kcarlson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 23, 2014
- The Gugenheim MuseumYesterday the Alabama group went on a school excursion to Bilbao to go visit the Gugenheim museum. The Gugenheim museum is a musuem of contemporary and modern art. The museum itself was magnificent and a great work of art. The Posted by sabalalani in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 23, 2014