Hotel Ibb Recoletos Coco Salamanca
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Capítulo 15: "Creo que debes ir primero"
More than 600 views on my blogs...incredible, I can't wait to share my experiences with everyone at home but knowing that there's a lot of people reading these too and keeping up with my trip feels pretty special!
My day off from school Thursday consisted of mostly catching up on school work, but also taking a quick trip during the day with my friend Shannen to Templo de Debod. We ...
Today was my first day of classes. I didn't fall asleep last night until 3 am and woke up at 7 am. Breakfast was as usual, but today I ate by myself since Alex didn't have class until 11. I left here around 8:30 for my 9 am class. First I had conversación y gramática for two hours. There is a break between hours and everything is so relaxed. La profesora de mi primera clase es tan amable. We learned a lot about her. Her name is Chara Coca and she has lived in ...
... The longest tollway in Portugal is over 700kms. This in a county of 10million.
While driving our tour guide commiserated with us about the results of the European election.
Arrived in Salamanca, a fairly ordinary city, Roman bridge, two cathedrals, oldest university in Spain, more churches than McDonalds on Parramatta Rd. Looking forward to a better view of it tomorrow.
Goodbye Portugal, hello to Spain again.
... in the urban heart of Salamanca, our apartment was blissfully quiet.
We found the city to be the perfect size for us; bigger than Santiago but small enough to feel at home in. The streets and the Plaza Mayor are filled with college students, which gives the city a certain multicultural vibe. Interestingly enough, Salamanca appears to hold both the conservative and liberal sides of ...
... went to my second class, I was shocked to be the only non-Asian person. Quite a minority, but I think it's funny. Alot of people have been commenting on how I look Spanish, and my professors read my last name with an extra kick of Italian, rolling the "R" and using hand gestures. The Asians probably have no idea what's going on.
After the siesta today, I went for a run with one of the girls. I felt like I was in Central ...