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 …
... at everyone. It was a really nice feeling and place to be in.
We eventually found the spot which was situated in the Salamanca University which surprisingly made up for more than half of the city's incredible buildings. From there we headed to the foot of the Old Cathedral which was fantastic and truly incredible. I think it may even top Prague's building on the hill however I am yet to go inside as at this point it was 9pm.
We then headed ...
Nothing exciting today, classes were just the way they have been. I did a little homework before lunch. For lunch we had alfredo of course with ham in it and some chicken. After that I took a nap before I had to meet Alvaro to get what I thought was my package from home. Turns out my package is in Barajas and I have to do all this paperwork in order to receive my package. Tonight I went go see some Spanish friends in a ...
... frog. In this room was where the most valuable books and manuscripts were kept, including a very old Hebrew scroll. It was kept in a huge chest that used to house the money and it took 5 special keys, held by 5 people to open it. I felt very special being locked in the library while lots of others tourists were behind the glass doors and couldn't get in. It was a definite privilege. Once the tour was done, I stayed in town. I had lunch at a little cafe, ...
... all the other leaders', a material that is easier to clean.
We visited the university buildings, the new and old cathedral, and the Casa de Las Conchas. The Casa de las Conchas was the home of Queen Isabel's doctor in the 1400's. Its name comes from the many shells (conchas) that grace its outer walls. The reason for the doctor's obsession with shells is that he was a member of the order of ...