Hotel Alda Plaza Mayor
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Okay, I have not wrote all weekend so here goes...
I had las mujeres en la historia de españa. We finished the lesson and then then finished the class with a movie about Santa Teresa de Jesús. We have our first exam on Wednesday so I have been studying for that along with preparing my presentation for conversation. Mid afternoon Friday, Jackie, Jesús, and I went for pinchos, since the other two always leave us out. We went to this place and had ...
... bread. I had some really tasty watermelon! Right after lunch, we had to walk to the plaza for orientation at 3pm where we met Alvaro. From there, we walked not too far away to the T&E office. When there we had a little orientation and powerpoint presentation. Also there, Alvaro gave us bags and our itinerary for the rest of the semester. After about an our, Alvaro showed us a few main streets of Salamanca where there is more shopping. We then saw ...
Weather: Warming up as the day progressed. Some rain around
We stopped for lunch at a small walled town just off the
main road down to Salamanca and had a walk through to admire the church with
its numerous stork nests on the roof and bell towers. The town also had an
impressive fort style building. Later that afternoon we found a campsite about
4 kms outside Salamanca and set up ...
... host mom if you are a first-time reader) puts a big bowl of fruit on the table and she and María both take one. It is also very common to enjoy a coffee at this time. After dinner, the big bowl of fruit comes out again, but this time you either choose a piece of fruit or yogurt. And this is what they do every day after lunch and dinner. I'm eating very healthy because Spanish people love fruit and Luz always keeps the bowl filled high with fresh bananas, apples, ...
... read, prayed. Ah, I can't remember the last time I just had a day to sit, walk, think, sort photos, do some preps. It was needed both by me overall as well as on this trip which has been full. Of course, Gil needs it even more than I do. Trusting I don't catch it. Next week I'm in charge of the conference that 10 European leaders are coming to before the 60th anniversary celebration of Emmaus in England. Thanks for keeping us in your prayers.