Casa Fonda Europa
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... by 11. While flying, I was able to see the Pyrenees Mountains where just a couple of weeks ago a flight leaving Barcelona crashed. This was a humbling experience and reminded me how life can change so quickly and that every second counts.
What’s next? This week I have a lot of work to get done in school because I leave for my spring break Saturday and I am heading to Italy! Time to read another page of that book.
Until next time,
... at 246 Sharp St.
I talked to a couple of friends this morning, made me miss home slightly. It was another rainy day, clouds out, with no sun; unusual for Spain. I decided to be active today, or slightly active after eating three pieces of toast, a biscuit and a cup of green apple tea. There's another thing I'm grateful for, their amazing collection of tea. The ladies were being taught English by my host mother this morning, ...
... to Iran, we talked a little bit, although he seemed very frustrated at the length of the flight. I tried to sleep on the plane, I think I fell into a light sleep, just after we had finished eating dinner. I flew with Emirates, although I thought it was going to be Qantas. Emirates turned out to be great, great food. For dinner I chose chicken, which came with saffron rice, and other sides such as bread and crackers. There was an entree, which I wasn't sure ...
... that the night off was the best for team Mia.
DAY #2: Today half of our crew had lab for class so I rolled out with Steve and Evan on a quest to see the inside of one of the Gaudi houses. The tourist prices in Barcelona are a little absurd, especially for college students at 20 euro to get into many of the attractions. Everywhere else in Europe we hadn’t payed more than 5 euro to get in anywhere as students, so that was a little frustrating. Obviously ...
Ground breaking for the Sagrada Familia Basilica (Holy Family Church) was in 1882 There is something powerful about a community of committed people with a vision, working on a church that won’t be finished in their lifetime, as was standard in the Gothic age.
Antoni Gaudi’s most famous and persistent work is this unfinished, super-sized church. Gaudi labored on the Sagrada Familia for 43 years, 1883 until his death in 1926. When ...