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  • 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
  • Trip to Granada It was a long day, but we are settling into our apartment for the night. The day started loading into the cab bright and early to catch our 7:25 flight to Granada. We had to ride a Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 22, 2014
  • The Land of Siestas and TapasFrom Nice, I had to say goodbye to Kelle and take a plane to Madrid, with a stop in Barcelona. My first flight in Europe. It went really smoothly and this time I welcomed the language change (although I don't Posted by EscapewithKay in Jersey Girl hits Europe | Jun 22, 2014
  • Guggenheim Museum Yesterday, the groups from Alabama, Kentucky, and Arkansas went to the city of Bilbao near the northern coast of Spain to visit the Guggenheim Museum. The museum, which is housed in beautiful Posted by agkolter in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 22, 2014
  • BenicasimBenicasim. Most Brits have heard about Benicasim, a small town with a population of 18,098 located in the north of the Valencia Community in Spain, for its two very famous summer music festivals (FIB and Rototom). Actually, if you do Posted by slowwalker in Keep walking! | Jun 22, 2014
  • Barcelona Day FiveWe have to get packing, so this post will be short. We have to be downstairs loading in the taxi to head to the airport at 5:45 tomorrow morning. It was a bit of hassle getting that arranged Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 21, 2014
  • Barcelona Day FourToday we figured out the subway system and headed to a large, nice science museum for Grant. Nothing too exciting culture-wise, but it is always an interesting experience to get off the tourist path and do what the locals Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 20, 2014
  • Barcelona Day Three Addition This is how Gaudi figured out his arches, plans, etc. for my followers interested in construction and architecture. I was going to post this yesterday and forgot. Note it is upside down...so, he worked using gravity to Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 20, 2014
  • Barcelona Day ThreeToday started uphill. Literally. We ran uphill to Park Guell, which was designed by the famous Antoni Gaudi. The run was frustrating to say the least because the streets are so narrow and we have to stop Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 19, 2014
  • Madrid with BackpacksWith four hours of sleep we sailed over Ireland aboard AirBerlin. The flight attendants were distributing a breakfast of coldcuts, yogurt and a warm bun. Just when we were feeling far from home, we look down to see a golden Posted by BakersAbroad in TheBakersAbroad | Jun 19, 2014
  • Barcelona Day TwoToday the jet lag smacked Grant and I hard in the face...I think Grant got a total of 16.5 hours of sleep, in which he did get up once, told us he didn't want to shower, and then went back Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 18, 2014
  • Cultural DifferencesBarcelona is a province within the autonomous community/state of Catalonia. I’d like to list a few cultural differences here since it’s very different than where we’ve been staying in the Navarre region. For one thing, Barcelona is definitely Posted by Kcarlson in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 18, 2014
  • Barcelona Arrival Jet lag is setting in, but we are well in Barcelona. We had some delays getting here, but not too bad. Grant actually slept some on the plane for once. He used Neal's tray table for his Posted by Amber Garrison in The One Less Traveled By | Jun 17, 2014
  • Touring Barcelona This year the Alabama group spent our four day weekend in Barcelona. We saw many things and had a lot of fun throughout the trip, but I think that my favorite day was Friday. Friday was our more Posted by agkolter in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 16, 2014
  • El GimnasioBefore going abroad, all Alabama students have to go to a predeparture meeting to get advice for our travels. One of the things that they suggested was that we attempt to keep a similar schedule to what we did Posted by agkolter in Alabama Engineering in Europe | Jun 16, 2014
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