Catalonia Plaza Mayor Salamanca
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This morning we travelled to Toledo, former capital of Spain. We walked through the maze of narrow, cobbled streets to visit the Cathedral with its high altar, baroque window and paintings by El Greco. We spent time in the square having lunch and soaking up the atmosphere. We also managed to buy a few souvenirs. After lunch we travelled to Avila on …
Well, Sunday night I got sick and all day yesterday I was sick. Today I felt a little bit better when I woke up, not as runny of a nose. I had class at 9 am and 11 am today. Both classes went well, Charo is a little bit more difficult to understand than Sonsoles because she talks way faster. We got homework in both of our classes today, and the one for Charo will eventually be graded so I guess we will see within the next week how she evaluates us. After class today, I walked home ...
... was as equally as nice and easy to get along with.
Laura is amazing, though. Her and I are pretty similar and so we spent a lot of time talking about Game of Thrones, books that we liked, and our lives back in our hometowns. She was originally from Germany but moved to the states when she was 11. Now she lives in New Mexico and goes to college in Oregon. She's also about a foot taller than me. :)
At the hotel, everyone was pretty exhausted. Laura and I ...
... it mostly consists of political or artistic thought, rather than vulgarity, which is a nice change of pace. Everything is fast moving, except during siesta time of course, when the streets are quiet, and the restaurants and shops shut down for a couple hours. Tonight we have orientation, then we're headed out to celebrate a ...
... and then for more culture. Culture over it's time for technology. The first stop is the Clock museum a small but interesting collection of mantel and wall clocks, Then onto the Museo de la Historia de la Automoción, a hidden gem. It has 3 floors of cars, motorcycles and engines from around the world. Viewed the exhibits - bought the T shirt. We head back to The Plaza Mayor for pre dinner drinks, the square is heaving. We ...