Abba Fonseca Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... the courtyard was treacherous! I bought my ticket and the audio-guide then entered the drafty monastery.
The first few rooms were dedicated to information about the construction of the monastery, which was begun by Phillip II. He planned a monastery and sepulcher for his father, himself, and his descendants. But the monastery also included a palace, with rooms for the king and his retainers – a place to escape the heat of Madrid during the ...
... hours because it was close to 80 degrees and sunny! After that we came home and played on the patio with Pedro and Rodrigo. For dinner, Montse made us the soup that I like and of course chicken. We ran out of our hot sauce, so we have to get more. I usually just put it on stuff that I don't like as much, so that way it tastes better. Tomorrow I only have one class, and it is supposed to be nice again tomorrow, so that makes excited. ...
... Spanish culture was truly an amazing experience. Once we said our good byes, we made our 4 hour trip to Salamanca. I absolutely love it here. Their main focus is academics, as the University of Salamanca was founded in 1218. It's one of the oldest in Europe! There are a lot of school traditions here. For example, since only 7% of their students passed their 5 years of schooling in it's earlier ages, when they pass their test, they would pay ...
... obviously didn't find today's lesson very thrilling as she fell asleep during class and started snoring! I decided to make today the day to explore the city, so I didn't go home for lunch. Instead I wandered around and saw the sights. All the buildings are the same colour- sandstone, even the new ones. A lot of nether buildings I looked at didn't have names, so had no idea what they were for. One building ...
... ticket office to find another bus to Oviedo for 10 people. She had to buy us all new tickets, but luckily they found a bus we all could fit on. However, it had absolutely no leg room and they refused to turn on the air conditioning. For 4 hours we rode back through the mountains in a stuffy, cramped, and smelly bus. Let's just say we couldn't get off that bus fast enough! Salamanca is really pretty and I loved the Cathedral, but it felt good to be back in Oviedo again.