Hospederia Audiencia Real
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... even mine. We celebrated after and I started to get to know some of the students.
If someone were to tell me before I went to Spain that I would meet a bunch of 20-22 year olds that I felt comfortable spending a lot of time with, I don´t know if I would have believed them. This group of kids is so nice. (Sorry to call you guys kids). Even though they have their own little subgroups (which is sociologically completely normal) they also form one ...
A lovely old man just stopped and spoke to me in fluent Spanish- I just smiled and nodded. He was pretty cute. There's children running around happily- I love this about Spain that the kids are allowed to be kids.
... told me of her memories. :) (Love you Mom!) Spencer, I tried to make you proud--I took 184 pictures of Salmanca, but due to space on this IPad I had to narrow it down to about 100. I have picked some of my favorite to share with y'all! :) Today we saw a cathedral, ate en La Plaza Mayor, walked through a couple beautiful gardens, took lots of pictures, and saw a statue of a famous historical author of Spain, Miguel ...
... get my three meals a day from her. She asks what time I'm going to get up so my food is waiting for me. Yesterday she wasn't here for lunch and I didn't know what to do until I heard María say "!Colín, a comer!" I walked into the kitchen and BOOM she made lasagna! Everyone cooks for the American! I need to look up the word "clutch" in Spanish for that one.
The other night some of my new amigos and I went on a ruta de tapas. Tapas are popular snacks with some kind of ...
... and I told Johan to stand still. The city was silent, far in the background somebody played a stereo to loud, but for the rest there was a sound to the heard. No cars, no laughing children, no trucks beeping or vendors shouting, just utter silence. This was suppose to be our shopping time, but alas we had to go home empty handed.
Although we enjoyed the historical town, and Ben would have been proud of us walking up the hills Spain left us untouched.