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 ...
... headed home to attempt my homework. I don't have to worry about it too much, but the other students have to sit exams so for them it's a major. Lunch was at 2.30, it was some yummy chicken and chips. I didn't have a siesta today as I thought I might sleep through. I found out today that a siesta is should only be 20 minutes long. We were to all meet at the Plaza under the clock at 4pm. I got there a little early ...
... 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 ...