Apartaestudios Plaza de la Libertad
Travel Blogs from Salamanca
Up relatively early since we had a 10 AM bus to catch - there was a lake in the centre of our room this morning, as it appeared that somebody had showered last night without properly closing the shower doors, so it all leaked out of the en suite bathroom and into the room. Luckily our backpacks didn't get soaked with nasty shower water.
... sun was shining and all was right
with the world…..
Our first task of the day was to stock up on food so we
jumped on our bicycles and headed to the supermarket. After lunch we cycled along the river into
Salamanca. We strolled through the town admiring the stunning architecture of
the cathedral and the Plaza Mayor along with other beautiful buildings. We
seemed to ...
... that if you are hungry you can easily avoid the Costa/Roadchef/Moto/Welcome Break pseudo food and stop in a real restaurant and eat real grub with the locals. We haven't been disappointed yet in spite of having to choose from menus in the local language without the aid of glossy photos which show what the meal should have looked like. We did try a service station eatery but I was emotionally unable to part with 6euros for a filled roll. Today we had ...
... Emile first told me, I was in disbelief. We were packed in the stands like sardines. It wasn't until later on that all signs pointed to yes. 1) We saw her pull up her tights 2) She was checking the ground to see the damage 3) She looked embarrassed and didn't deny it when Emile called her a 'Gross Pig' 4) She "accidentally" poured her friend's water all over her lap to cover up the fact that she soiled her skirt. Isn't that unbelievable??
We got home that ...
... Lindsay, Lindsey, and Amy brought me back there for dinner that night, too. After dinner that night, we met up with a bunch of our guy friends from Emory who are studying abroad in Salamanca, too.
Saturday was our first (failed) attempt to be cultural. I was supposed to get the grand walking tour of Salamanca but we may or may not have gotten a tad bit distracted on their main shopping street…in my defense most of my purchases were gifts for ...