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But I then had a very pleasant time exploring a couple of places north and south of the town. The whole area is riddled with thermal springs. The town itself has numerous public fountains where locals regularly collect water in large containers. Its all drinkable.
So the first place I visited was a renowned spa for curing all sorts of ailments, rheumatism, arthritis, muscle spasms, driving phobia. Ok I made the last one up. Beautiful surroundings but a tad ...
... in a park, actually studied, and today I tried Spanish frozen yogurt (not that different than in America – but still tasty!) It has been insanely hot in Salamanca this well, we even made the national news as a city! This Friday I have a not so fun midterm, but after the test I get to celebrate in Barcelona for the weekend!
I hope everyone back home is doing well, love and miss you lots.
... Albayzin, the old Moorish quarter across the river from the Alhambra. We walked up the Carrera del Darro. Past churches and convents. Visited the old Arab baths. Saw many people at bars and restaurants. At one were a group having a lively singing session with a musician. ...
... to Granada was short and we got off at the airport smaller than that of Langkawi or Queenstown (the latter being the smallest I have been to so far). There was nothing, once you get your luggage and get out that's it. Our hostel was a bit creepy at first because you have to use an old lift to get there. We grew to really like it and it was really homey. We felt like we rented out an apartment because they had spacious living room ...
ISA had an optional (GRATIS!) excursion to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada's in a small town just outside of Granada called Monachil. We walked to the bus station from the ISA office (about 25 of us) and took a bus (at 3:00) about 20 minutes outside of Granada to the pueblo. From there we walked another mile or so to the trailhead. The hike itself took 3 hours and most of it was uphill, but it was so breathtakingly beautiful. We hiked through woods, mountains flanking ...
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