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 …
... he said, because he and his partner would be interviewing the professor and her team and some of the students. Since I was there the first year, Iīd be a great addition. I get nervous doing stuff like that in English, let alone Spanish and I was the only non-native speake and I wasnīt prepared. But I couldnīt say no. I was going to be on the radio! If only I were singing Proud Mary in the style of Ike and Tina Turner... Anyway, all the interviews ...
Sitting in a square in Salamanca, Spain. Everyone else has headed up the cathedral tower to check out the city views- I've opted for some alone time. It's actually a good decision- just wandering around, people watching and enjoying the sunshine. There's a rather cool man playing awesome Spanish flamenco music on his guitar and locals having chats in the street. The music is so dramatic.
... told me of her memories. :) (Love you Mom!) Spencer, I tried to make you proud--I took 184 pictures of Salmanca, but due to space on this IPad I had to narrow it down to about 100. I have picked some of my favorite to share with y'all! :) Today we saw a cathedral, ate en La Plaza Mayor, walked through a couple beautiful gardens, took lots of pictures, and saw a statue of a famous historical author of Spain, Miguel ...
... dinner in the evening (yum - Italian cuisine!) and drinks and parties afterwards (yes, I guess it is part of the culture to go out to bars and have big dinners with friends even on weekdays). But I was not alone - I actually met up with a friend of a friend named Omkar in Plaza Mayor (he lives in Madrid and is employed by the Spanish government to teach English in schools) and we explored the city together and then traveled together to the Asturias (but that is another blog entry, ...