Hotel Dona Brigida
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Time to move on and we left Madrid behind to catch Metro to the train station Chamartin and then the train to Salamanca. The trip was nearly three hours and very lovely. We left the suburbs behind to go back in time to stone fenced farmland... green fields dotted with old broken down farm houses, olive trees, rocky outcrops and an abundance of purple bluebells, white flowered bushes and lots and lots of ANZAC poppies.... ...
... city. We also checked out a Zara clothing store during the day that was originally a convent for nuns, and kept the original building structure. Then at night we went to Camelot, a monastery that was turned into one of the major nightclubs in Salamanca.
The next morning our assistant director Alexia took us on a more scenic tour of the city. She had previously studied abroad here so she showed us some of the hidden gems of the city. A ...
... us, it wasn't very intimidating at all. Almost everyone so far in both my classes spoke English, with the exception of a few Spanish and a few French who were from Canada. During the break for this class, I discovered they had M&Ms in the vending machine so I hopped on that! It is killing me not having everyday access to chocolate. After class was over at 1 Alex and I walked home together and hung out until lunch was ready at 2. For lunch we had vegetables ...
... 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 ...
... neon lights under the eaves and a giant sign of the roof reading ‘CLUB’ and next to that a big galvanised mobile phone pylon. The Club sign also has florescent lights which constantly change colour and flash on and off. Bits of it don’t work so it never actually says club in the dark. It is as depressing as the landscape. Sitting outside the caravan as the sun sets in a clear sky and with a drink in my hand, it still looks a lot better than home on a wet ...