Hostal Plaza Mayor
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... from the series like the hospital, the C Block in the jail, the forrest where we meet Michonne and her armless zombie companions, the governors room with the heads in tanks, and finish off leaving for Terminus. It was THE MOST TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE, but I don't regret a single second of it. This park is a must-do during the fall in Madrid for those of you who enjoy the Walking Dead and thrill rides and I'm so happy I got the chance to go.
... with Alex because I didn't want to sleep again. All I feel like I do is eat and sleep. Although I did google map our house and show Montse as well as showing her some American currency. Alex had class from 6 to 8 so around 5:30 I walked part way there with her and met Sami at the plaza to do a little walking around Salamanca. We went to a few shops. Things are so much cheaper and sizes are way different. After about an our of shopping we went back to ...
... better. (Aside from my decision making with a lack of sunscreen :X)
We returned to Salamanca, happily tanned, but not ready to get back to the cold and rainy weather thats still happening here. However, the next day was my birthday! Before coming here, I was so nervous, and a little upset, that I wouldn't be celebrating my 21st with my friends and family back home. I still wish I could have, but now I didn't think twice that spending it here ...
... as well as the university grounds. The vibe in this city was much younger than we had felt elsewhere in Spain. A stop in studentville would not have been complete without a beer break complete with free tapas for the table, then it was back on the bus to the hotel to finish up the long day. Our trip was drawing to a close but we had one more day on the bus as we made our way back to Madrid to complete our 2 week loop.
... feet in our school. Now he has lived in Portugal for years and is developing a city ministry to reach out to poor immigrants, mostly from the ex-colony of Angola. He is a leader among the churches, he is enthusiastic to have the courses in Portugal.
My visit was to make contact it's him and add to the base that Gil is setting with the re-editing of the courses in Portuguese and soliciting more help from Mario to help find ...