Hotel Palacio de San Esteban
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Yesterday was Thursday and I had two classes. They went fine, but I am really starting to not like Sonsoles. She makes everyone feel so dumb and worthless. The exercises she assigns for us just don't make any sense, she even got confused when she was trying to teach us. Anyway, after class I walked home and did some homework until lunch was ready. We had a huge plate of cauliflower and a filet ...
... group. They are all kind to each other and supportive. Some of them are looking into Masterīs Programs much like the one I am looking into. I hope I am lucky enough to have the opportunity to study with 20 somethings like these.
At the end of the night Laguna invited me to join them in Grenada. I had never been there, so I said yes, of course. I got to hang out with the whole group there. Iīm a little jealous of Miguel. His job this summer is ...
... the teacher was a hoot. Third class also more conversational. The last two classes definitely easier than the first. Had a massive headache by the end of though with all the concentrating as it was all in Spanish. Lunch was at 2.30, so I wandered back to the house, which is only a 5 min stroll. Stopped and took a few pictures along the way. Lunch was a rice and lentil stew, croquettes and lettuce. Very nice but massive. I ...
... and the sandstone buildings reflect the lighting to create a medieval feel. The Old and New Cathedrals are an architectural feat, and were illuminated to perfection to highlight all of the detailed carvings on the exteriors. We wandered through the streets in an effort to find dinner, and found ourselves in constant awe looking up to the rooftops at the architecture that surrounded us. The city is a University town with a high number of Spanish and ...
... worked our way up the oftentimes-open circular staircase, I became increasingly anxious. A little ways from the top I decided that I had seen all the views I needed to see and turned around. I am sure my anxiety was fueled by the video we had previously watched, describing the cracks in the structure left from the 1755 earthquake. Salamanca Plaza Mayor is my favorite plaza of our trip--and ...