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... I can't deny it, but I'm woking on being friendlier, I swear. Thankfully, she's gotten over my freshman year rudeness and this week she brought me to a language interchange. It was a lot of fun and I'm currently texting some people that I met there.
In a decision that I may come to regret once we start getting homework, I asked to be moved up a level on the advice of Laurel who had decided to switch after her first class. It's not only because we want ...
... often to visit. He seems nice. Until lunch (I'm starving) I worked on some difficult homework from conversation that is really giving me a hard time. It's due on tuesday, so I have a little bit yet but it is supposed to be close to 80 degrees this weekend! For lunch we had a plate of cauliflower and of course chicken. After that I basically finished all my homework ...
... we'd attended in Madrid but possible even more beautiful.
It seems our visit to Salamanca is coinciding with an annual festival and a huge outdoor stage was being constructed in anticipation of a huge concert tomorrow night. The plaza is ringed with tables and chairs and while cafe spruikers were present, they were no way near as "active" as their counterparts in Madrid.
While eating a lovely meal (as recomended by our most helpful waiter) we were ...
Salamanca is one of my favorite cities. Itīs small and beautiful. Itīs magical. It reminds me of a Harry Potter set. I studied here 7 years ago and I still remember where everything is.
I came to visit my friend Miguel, who was Professor Lagunaīs assistant the first year she began the exchange program with Rutgers. I wonīt say how old he was, but he is so different now. I was surprised. He has a lot of jobs and responsibilities in Salamanca, ...
... many. It is very large, fully enclosed by a vast apartment-, restaurants- and offices-edifice entirely uniform in its structure, and sits close to the University of Salamanca and the Catholic University. The students gather in the plaza to visit, listen to music and soak up the sun. I think it would have been fun to go to school at the University. We took a side trip to the walled city of ...