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... It was an amazing place as you can see from the pictures!
When night time rolled around, this city turned into a magical place! Seeing the old building lit up at night was amazing. My favorite place to see at night was the plaza mayor of Salamanca, which was very similar to the one in Madrid.
Tomorrow we are visiting Segovia and then heading to Madrid!
Until next time,
... of white chocolate syrup. This is not your ordinary chocolate dessert. I think it's safe to say that Scott and I will never again see chocolate in the same light. The chocolate ice cream was superb, but the white chocolate syrup was divine, an ambrosia of chocolateness that redefines the sensory celebration of "chocolate". It's entirely possible that this one discovery is alone worth the price of the trip!
Hearing is an issue in our family where there are substantial relatives with loss so if any of you are listening perhaps I will get some sympathy!!! Unfortunately I am suffering too so when Megan shared a text from Alex, her boyfriend holidaying in Tanzania, I heard it wrong. For this I got laughed at aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaall day, cannot imagine why!!
I heard that he saw a "tuna and pasta bake"
He actually said he saw a “baboon ...
... than you can ever expect from a hotel.
Today we planned to spend the day in Salamanca, Spain. One of my first impressions after crossing the border was 3 painted bulls standing next to the highway, reminding me of the painted cows we had in Austin a couple of months ago.
Salamanca is a old town set on a hill, with the Ieronimus Cathedral, majestically keeping a watchful eye over the town. The Medieval Cathedral Towers are two of Salamanca's ...
Hey there! Sorry it has taken a while to write, but I have been a bit busy and traveling without a computer...so blogging has not been a priority.
After my little trip to France with my cousins, I flew back to Lisbon and immediately took the train to Salamanca to visit my new Italian friends who study law at the university there (mainly Elisa, but the others as well)! Of course, I had let Elisa know what time my train got into the station (an ungodly hour - 12:30am) and ...