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... roommate named Cresonia and she's so bubbly and cute! Also, there are 2 little boys here from Italy that are adorable and remind me of Gage/Tristen (my brothers). They leave tomorrow though, and I'm very sad:(
Yesterday I did an intercambio (which is a program that allows the locals to meet the students from ISA and to practice their English while we practice our Spanish).
My friends Laura, Chelsea, and I met this man ...
... parents and I had our first drink together! My mom and I had some Spanish wine. My parents aren't very accustomed to the late night Spanish partying so we weren't out very late.
The next morning my parents and I went to a café to eat with my host mom, Luz. Before we left I told Luz that she better be ready to speak English and she said, "No, no! Solo espańol!" But she did speak decent English at the café. I've never heard her speak that ...
According to the BBC, "Stephen is the patron saint of deacons, headaches, horses, coffin makers, and masons. He is often represented carrying a pile of rocks or with rocks on his head."
There you have it.
Steve, in a nutshell.
Steve's place for dinner, which was fitting, as this was where, two years ago, Nick and I first made contact. So a little bit of history connected with Steve's place, gold or no gold.
... and then for more culture. Culture over it's time for technology. The first stop is the Clock museum a small but interesting collection of mantel and wall clocks, Then onto the Museo de la Historia de la Automoción, a hidden gem. It has 3 floors of cars, motorcycles and engines from around the world. Viewed the exhibits - bought the T shirt. We head back to The Plaza Mayor for pre dinner drinks, the square is heaving. We ...
Located in the west of Spain, Salamanca is an ancient university town with cobbled streets, ornately carved sandstone colleges and churches and a baroque Plaza Mayor, one of the finest squares in Spain, also known as the living room of the Salamancans. A World Heritage Site, it was also a European City of Culture in 2002. With its laid back lifestyle, newly renovated hotel scene and welcoming restaurants serving delicious Castilian specialties, it is the ideal place for ...