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How to get to the Spanish hotel

  1. 1. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1
  2. 2. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1 You'll find that Asturias Airport is small and easy to make your way around. Once you've been through baggage reclaim, you exit the airport directly through the doors you see in front of you. Now you have two options, you can take a taxi directly to the hotel (~50€) or take the bus to Gijón Bus Station and then a taxi to the Hotel (~15€) The airport bus is easily recognized as it is blue and yellow. In Spain taxis are white cars with a TAXI sign on the roof.white cars with a TAXI sign on the roof.
  3. 3. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1 Airport Exit Taxis Bus Stop (2nd lane for Gijón)
  4. 4. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1 All taxis have a taximeter where you can see the amount of money you will have to pay. There is a minimum fare (usually 5€ in Gijón but it will be different from the airport probably 20€) and after some minutes of travel the amount starts to raise. If you are taking the taxi from the Airport to the Hotel, ask the amount of money to the taxi driver. Don’t expect spanish taxi drivers to understand english (though it can be your lucky day and find the very rare english speaking specimen!) Just show him the following: “¿Cuánto debo pagar para que me lleve al hotel TRYP en Gijón? Está en la“¿Cuánto debo pagar para que me lleve al hotel TRYP en Gijón? Está en la calle Torcuato Fernández Miranda, la que lleva al Molinón. Necesito que me haga un ticket al final del trayecto. Gracias” Which roughly translates to: How much do I have to pay to get to Hotel TRYP in Gijón. It is in Torcuato Street, the one that leads to the Molinón (Gijón, football stadium). I need you to give me a ticket at the end. Thank you A common spanish taximeter
  5. 5. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1 If you take the bus+taxi option, head for the bus stop. If you arrive on time, there probably won’t be any bus there as buses leave from the airport and take you to the centre of Gijón every hour on the hour. So time for coffee at the airport cafeteria! Bus to Gijón is usually in the 2ndBus to Gijón is usually in the 2nd lane (from the left), but ask bus driver if it is the correct bus. You are expected to pay the 8€ fare to the bus driver and he will give you the ticket. It is a 45’ journey and the bus usually stops before at the station in Avilés (3rd city of Asturias) first. Do not get off the bus until the last stop (Gijón).
  6. 6. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1 You'll find that the Gijón bus station is not the most beautiful place in town, but don't worry. It can only get better from here. There is a taxi stop nearby on Infancia Street. You'll have to walk around the block. If there is This is were you get off the bus around the block. If there is no taxi, don’t panic and wait, they will arrive eventually. Saying "Tryp Hotel" to the taxi driver should be enough. Your taxi journey should cost about 6 to 8 euros. Taxi stop
  7. 7. Teaching Innovative Practices in STEM 2015-1-ES01-KA219-015719_1 Once in the Hotel, we will meet in the lobby at 17.00 for a tour of the city. “¡Hasta pronto!” Emergency Phone numbers Rafa +34 636153893 Ángela +34 675432308 Kathryn +34 629306384 Colegio Corazón de María +34 985372533

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