Abba Fonseca Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... weekend. By around 9 pm, we met Sam, Jackie, Berna, and Jesús under the clock to go out for pizza. It was so delicious. Later on, we met back up to go out. It was so much fun. We went to three of our favorite bars and our favorite club! I probably lose weight just from dancing so much! We also met up with Ed too. I took pictures from that night, and everyone had a great ...
... even mine. We celebrated after and I started to get to know some of the students.
If someone were to tell me before I went to Spain that I would meet a bunch of 20-22 year olds that I felt comfortable spending a lot of time with, I don´t know if I would have believed them. This group of kids is so nice. (Sorry to call you guys kids). Even though they have their own little subgroups (which is sociologically completely normal) they also form one ...
... There are about 10 others in the class, all very young American students. I spoke to one girl and they are here over their summer to get grades. They have paid to attend and have to sit exams at the end. They started last week and will be here for a month. The first part of the class was marking home working, looking at conjugating verbs, yuck. It would have helped if I knew that the verbs meant!! Second class was more ...
... was nowhere near silent, most shops and restaurants have closed up for winter with a few exceptions. I can only imagine how busy it would be in the peak of summer and Plaza Mayor, quoted to be Spain's most beautiful plaza, would be absolutely packed. It's funny to see some of these places that rely so heavily on tourism during their "off season", which brings with it both advantages and disadvantages.
By night, the city is beautifully lit up (until midnight ...
Our last stop in Spain has been Salamanca, two hours northwest of Madrid. This bustling university town can be seen for miles away due to the towering Cathedrals, old and "new," with the latter having been built between the 16th and 18 centuries. We decided to test my fear of heights and climb to the top of the bell tower of the new cathedral (98 meters high--more than a football field straight up!). ...