Hotel Estrella Albatros
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... juicy cut of beef and then pork. I was so excited when I saw they had Lipton iced tea! We were there for a while talking in English and Spanish. Oh, and Montse made us chicken nuggets and french fries for dinner! Friday night, only Jackie and I went out with Jesús and his two friends (José y Carmen). I finally had a good time for once since we weren't following Sam and Alex around. We went to bars that we were never at before and they were more of local bars, it ...
... de Salamanca y los catedrales but are going inside later this week. The architecture on the outside of them was just fabulous. On one catedral, you have to find the frogs in all the engravings. The frog is the animal of Salamanca. As we kept walking, we learned more facts about the city, walked downtown past la biblioteca pública and saw people playing music in the streets (not uncommon). By this time, we were ready to walk back to the plaza ...
... sun was shining and all was right
with the world…..
Our first task of the day was to stock up on food so we
jumped on our bicycles and headed to the supermarket. After lunch we cycled along the river into
Salamanca. We strolled through the town admiring the stunning architecture of
the cathedral and the Plaza Mayor along with other beautiful buildings. We
seemed to ...
... and pulled off at the next interchage, as the hard shoulder was non-existant.
There we found the culprit! See pics.....
It didn't take long to change the wheel, but it's a bit peeving to see a new tyre with only 350 miles on it, disappear.
Luckily there has been no damage to the 'van as far as I can tell, and tomorrow morning will be taken up by finding the Spanish equivalent of Kwik-Fit ( it's not El-Kwik-FitiO.....I've already checked!)
I suppose we were ...
... etc. Ham is very popular here and I have it at least once a day. Just like the bowl of fruit that is always on the kitchen counter, there is a pig leg that is kept right next to it.
By the way I love the ham from these pig legs. You can buy them all over town and they don't let any part of the pigs go to waste. When the pig's leg bone starts to show, Luz just buys a new one. Anyway, when I said none of the pig goes to waste I wasn't kidding. Today for lunch we had ...