By Maggie Lancaster One of my favorite experiences in Alicante was the escape room that we did on our last day there. It wasn’t that I wasn’t a fan of the other things. I loved all the day trips we did, and I definitely got some amazing food. We saw an amazing castle, as well … Continue reading EScape from Alicante!
Blog post March 9th
by Miles Wilkin It was a rainy day. We started the day by taking a bus to the Gaudi Garden--Parque Guell. We arrived at the garden and bought tickets for entry. As we walked through the rain we gazed at the incredible structures before our eyes. We noticed the walls and how they were shaped … Continue reading Blog post March 9th
by Reagan Harding Travel Day to Barcelona! This morning we woke up early to head to the train station for our five-hour train ride to Barcelona. Everyone was a bit tired from the late night and early wake-up, so it made for a quiet ride and an hour-and-a-half nap right when we got on the … Continue reading BARCELONA!!
The World Should Take Notes From Valencia
por Landon Reis What was that? This was my first question I thought of. As a group we walked up the stairs of some Investment company, then we understood what was about to happen. On Sunday, we went to the opening ceremony of Fallas in the streets of Valencia. They played Spanish music and Latin … Continue reading The World Should Take Notes From Valencia
Projects, paella, and boat tour!!!
As it is our last day in Valencia, it is the day we present our outlines for our final project that will be created when we get home! We had a late morning and presented in the house. Everyone had incredibly original and thorough ideas. I look forward to seeing how everyone does and what … Continue reading Projects, paella, and boat tour!!!
Sagunto is alive!
by Miles Wilkin We started off the day by taking a train from Valencia to Sagunto. It was not a long train ride and it had some really cool views. We arrived in Sagunto and had a little trouble finding our way but a quick look at the map helped us find the tourist center. … Continue reading Sagunto is alive!
Burning Like Ninots
por Maggie Lancaster What would you say if I gave you the option to order horse meat? I hope you would say no. I personally would. Honestly, at the start of this trip, I was scared it would all be like horse meat. At least that is what I would have thought if someone had … Continue reading Burning Like Ninots
The Gift of Gratitude
Por Kate Jonson I’m a pretty huge fan of film. I especially love watching Spanish films so, before this trip, I was confident in my ability to understand Spain. However, things never really do turn out like they do in the movies, do they? When I first arrived in the city of Valencia, I was … Continue reading The Gift of Gratitude
A Very Interesting Day
por Reagan Harding Today was very interesting. This morning we met a CCS student, Gulliem's parents. They gave us a tour of the coastline of Valencia. Afterward, we ate lunch with them and had paella. The paella had snails, chicken, pork, and green beans with the rice. It was very rich and tasty. In total, … Continue reading A Very Interesting Day
Llegamos a Valencia! We made it!
So, we've arrived at our AirBnB in Valencia, and we're getting ready to dive into our Spanish projects, but first this weekend we're settling in, getting used to trying to speak as much Spanish as we can, and connecting up with our Spanish CCS student's families. Tomorrow we're meeting Guille's parents, and they're taking us … Continue reading Llegamos a Valencia! We made it!