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 …
Sunday: Although Satnav is brilliant it doesn't understand tunnels, so after driving a bit on every highway, underpass, tunnel and bridge in Bilbao for an hour we finally managed to get onto the right road. To our credit we didn't panic much.Thank heavens it was Sunday and not much traffic even the bit where we were told by the Satnav to drive through the pedestrian zone. Went through black mountains and saw snow for the first ...
... were hungry and we all cracked. We went to McDonald's and I had chicken nuggets and an oreo mcflurry. At least the ice cream was soft serve! When I got home, I studied a little bit more but had a headache. Ironically when it came to dinner, Montse made us a piece of chicken with french fries with a salad. I have been craving patatas fritas ever since I got here. After dinner I layed down since I had ...
... welcome. Everyone seemed to have a good first night. We were each given a little briefcase, a timetable and our class placements. Haydn and I had to take a 10 minute walk to our classes. We are both in the beginners classes, everyone else is advanced. The university is quite spread out and the buildings are just amongst everything else. I'm in a level 2 class, which is a little bit above absolute beginner. I have language class from ...
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Wednesday after class, my group travelled to two small pueblos in Salamanca about two hours away called Alberca and Miranda. They were neatly tucked away in the mountain like hills of Salamanca, and the scenery was gorgeous. The towns are small and really old, pretty much what you’d think of when you hear "small European country village." Alberca even has a town pet pig that the townspeople collectively feed. At the end of the year, there is a ...