Hotel Dona Brigida
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... similar to Spanish classes I had taken at K, right down to the students in them.
One of my fellow Kalamazooers is Laurel, a girl I've known since my first week at K. We lived on the same floor freshmen year and took bootcamp together in the fall. She was always so friendly towards me, waving and saying hi every time she saw me. I guess I don't come off as terribly friendly when I first meet people because she told me yesterday I always gave her half waves ...
... didn't sleep, so maybe we will try later in the day. I am also going to look into doing an intercambio, I think that would really help me. Shortly after I got back from class, Pedro came home with a friend from California that is here to play basketball. This is his third time here but he doesn't speak any Spanish. I think he is saying in a residence near gran vía but ...
... various of these phases, the cities religious and educational importance was enhanced and the city boasts an amazing array of cathedrals, universities and other historic buildings - a few of which we saw today. We wandered along a route passing close to but a sample of these amazing buildings. The streets were abuzz with people taking advantage of the ready availability of food and drink. We ended up in the Salamanca version of Plaza Mayor - slightly smaller in scale than ...
... Spanish people love to express themselves in a humorous and whimsical manner.
After an entire month of eating ham and bread, we found home - McDonalds. We couldn't say no! Their McDonalds, to my surprise, is about the same as it is in America. Hooray!
Now, we are in our nice hotel and getting ready to hang out with friends! I cannot wait to see their Plaza Mayor in the evening, I'm sure it's wonderful.
Two weekends ago, I went to Salamanca with my study abroad group. Laura, a professor here in History and Art, came with us. We stayed in a hotel in the old district, so we could see the Cathedral out our window. Friday night, Laura took us all on a brief tour of the Plaza and some of the main sites. The plaza looked amazing all lit up at night, and there was a lot of people walking around.
Saturday was our busiest day. We took a tour of the University of Salamanca which ...