Hotel Dona Brigida
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> We arrived at our campsite in Salamanca, once again the only campers in the whole site. Other people clearly take this summer winter thing much more serious. Paul noticed on the ferry that we had some leak from the grey water area but could not do anything in Bilboa as it was raining so much. So checking under the van when we arrived in sunny Salamanca he noticed that the pipe had a crack.
Today I didn't have class until 11 am but was my later day until 3 pm. During cultura, we went over things such as the tv system, radio, power system, etc. I honestly thought I would have learned a lot more by now in that class than we have so far. En las mujeres, it is a lot of history, and anyone who knows me knows how I am about history. Charo is very enthusiastic all the time. I do such a good job understanding in the ...
... very good chef tips along the way plus the finished product was yum. We finished at 6.30, then wandered along the streets back to the plaza, where we all had a drink. Everyone went their own way. Libby and I decided to wander together. We ended up by the cathedral Nueva -the new cathedral. It was built between the 16-18th centuries. We were looking for the famous frog. The frog is said to bring good luck, and ...
... and have fun!
- Went to old book stores
- Had lunch at the river
- Explored the City
- Got lost in the city (many times)
(This blog post is very poorly written because I have so much going on in my head and I've been speaking spanish all day and am struggling with English, haha).
Things I love about Spain so far
1) The architecture!
2) the warmth
3) most people are very ...
... that look like roads but aren't and roads that look merely big enough for a bull and matador. Good times! Believe it or not, we found our way through the labrynth that is old town Toledo and came out right near the Alcazar perched atop the hill. We also found a well priced hotel for two nights, which even turned out to be one we had looked up the night prior. Let's be honest, we had the route planned out the whole time (right...)!
The old town of Toledo is ...