Hotel Dona Brigida
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We managed to almost perfectly time getting to this point as the sin began to set. It was a beautiful view of the last light hitting the castle that protruded from the city so dauntingly. It sat so high in the sky that the new cathedral behind it could not be seen. The river below was so calm and serene and we just stood there and watch the golden sun set over the river in the west as the light left the top of the cathedral.
It was a ...
This week has been pretty well so far, I am feeling a lot better so that is good. I have been busy lately so haven't had time to blog every day. Monday night we had the exchange, not very many people there though since the weather is getting colder. On Tuesday night I went to the mall with some Spanish friends and then back to their house for a little bit. I now know if I ...
... ever. At 11, we continued ser y ester con Sonsoles. I love that I am getting a review of things I learned, although everyone speaks in vosotros here and I never really learned it in the past so I am just learning it as I go along. During la pause, Jackie and I went down to the vending machine. I had one of the best hot chocolates of my life! After class, I walked home with Alex and shortly after, Montse came back to the house ...
... Europe. I had to rush the new cathedral as I needed the loo and they are no public ones anywhere, so didn't spend as long as I wanted there, but it is amazing. I chose not to climb the tower. Annelise and Marilyn did it yesterday and said to was pretty scary and quite tough, so that's a no go for me! I wandered back home and had bit of a siesta. Just after 7.30 I got myself to a bar close to Marisol's place. We were meeting up for some tapas. It ...
... a taxi back to their apartment. I live with a few other ISA students on floor 2, and the family lives on floor 6. The apartments are pretty decent sized, but very differently decorated than the USA. Minimal, old furniture and tight hallways.
After I put my stuff in my room, I got to meet Africa (the mother of the family). She's this big loving woman who laughs all the time and makes fun of herself. I love it. They have 2 older kids in their thirties who live ...