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Getting around has been phenomenal. Cabs are cheap, buses are very accessible, and most appreciated, the aforementioned pedestrian friendly infrastructure. Today, we found out how easy it is to travel by train. We strolled into the station in Barcelona, not knowing a whole lot of Spanish, and found ourselves on the first train to Valencia. It was a …
... War. I spent about thirty minutes admiring Picasso’s work, staring at the intricate symbols that aligned the frame and the deep, symbolic meaning that seemed to exude off the painting itself.
I came into Madrid thinking that I had landed in a Spanish New York and I left thinking how I didn’t want to leave such a beautiful city filled with such an intense history, a phenomenally rich ...
... tier begins to integrate specialists into the system and is more specialized in the care delivered. The third tier includes all care received in a hospital setting. Once a patient is in a tier, they do not go back to the previous tier. This limits the movement among the tiers and allows providers to specialize due to a more focused patient population.
Working within the health information technology field, listening to Allen peaked my interest. ...
... people that work year round in each neighbourhood of the city to ensure that that neighbourhood has the best displays. The neighbourhoods of Valencia compete with each other in parties, fireworks displays, and paper-mache sculptures. What we saw was one of the daily fireworks displays leading up to the main weekend (the weekend after we were there), where groups compete to set off the major display at the end of the festival, called La Mascleta. At the end ...
... because Spanish people are lazy.
We arrived at about 845am, and lucky we did because of what happened next. We had to line up for about an hour to just get our entry bands and then another 90 minutes to drop our bag off. Thank Christ we cut line or we wouldn't have made the start of the festival, because we had to run up there (as it started to rain) and was there five minutes before the trucks started coming through.
The fight itself was amazing! Sure it was ...