Artheus Carmelitas Salamanca
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... down the stairs, a priest and various choirboys came up. It was a fun encounter.
My final stop was a tour of the gardens. When protected by the buildings, it was pleasant, but outside of the windbreak it was brutal! But so, so clear! Great views of Madrid and the mountains beyond.
By now, it was 1pm. I decided to drive out to Salamanca, as that place, as a place of learning, has always appealed to me. It was a glorious drive – over ...
It is finally the weekend again. I had class this morning with Charo and I really seem to like her, she is super nice but when she gets excited she talks way too fast! Next class, we are going to talk about our first exam that we have coming up. After class, I was supposed to meet up with a friend who lives here to practice my Spanish but he went out last ...
Off to classes again. The other kids in the classes are obviously partying hard as a couple fell asleep class. Very hard to do when there are only 12 people in the class. In my 3rd class for the day, I discovered the drinking age in Spain is 18, compared to 21 in the USA. So all these young kids are making the most of being able to legally drink and they aren't handling it! In the last class, I had to give a small presentation, asking and ...
... with people who want to learn either Spanish or English. He also has his own radio show and is a talented guitarist. Walking around Salamanca with Miguel is great; he knows everybody. Facebook is great too, in a way. Because if it weren´t for Facebook, I may not have kept in touch with Miguel. And now after this visit, I know we will be friends for a long long time.
My first full day there Miguel invited me to join the Rutgers group on a ...
... of the old quarter was conspicuous and lively.
When we arrived, Scott and I set out from the hotel for the day to plan our walk. We had a projected route gleaned from various travel guides and a past visit that formed our foundation. It was a brisk morning - Salamanca sits at over 2000 feet above sea level on a huge Spanish central meseta or plain - but the sun provided dazzling spotlights on the ...