Hotel Dona Brigida
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... Peanut Butter Cups! Not much exciting for Friday, except we had chicken nuggets and french fries for dinner! We have been having that most Fridays and I love it.
As for Saturday, it was el día de los Santos, which is a day where everyone takes flowers to the grave of their loved ones. Montse was gone all day so she left us lunch on the table. Her parents are buried in a town about an hour from Salamanca. I liked how I could eat lunch earlier because she ...
Not a very eventful day. My memory is already going because everything is just running together! I don't remember what we had for lunch on Saturday. But shortly after then, all of the girls went out shopping in la plaza. I bought a pair of maroon skinny jeans at this store called Berksha. Clothing here is so cheap. We were out walking around town until about 8 until it was time to come home and wait for dinner. For dinner, we had tortillas ...
The old cathedral is a very popular place to marry but you need to meet your future partner 5 years in advance to book the chapel. They have about 4 or 5 weddings a day on the weekends.
Both the cathedrals were breathtaking but the altarpiece in the old one is the big attraction for weddings. The new cathedral has a fabulous ceiling, see the photo.
There is a "donkey door" at the side of ...
... was a bit concerned because the cab driver was sleepy. I was praying frantically to get us home safely. We did. It was a cheap ride too, only cost 5€, which is what we pay to our place in Mt Eden anyways. When Alex and Elena were making out it was weird because I have seen couples make out all the time. Due to the clubbing scene, it's kinda expected. However what I was surprised at was my reaction to it. I actually asked God, "when is its turn?" I don't think I've ...
... symbol was the shell. This is also why the symbol of the Camino de Santiago is a seashell.
Outside of the historical center of Salamanca, we spent time walking (or running) along the river. There are nice paths as well as a centro deportivo (sports center) nestled along the green banks.
As far as gastronomy in Salamanca, we found plenty of good places to eat or grab a sweet treat. Our ...