NH Palacio de Castellanos
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Today I got up at ten and went to the church on Calle Toro. It was a pretty neat experience going to a church that big. To me, it seemed like a small cathedral. When I came home, I studied for my exam that I have on Tuesday and then took a nice hot shower. Around 4:15 pm, me and some people from intercambio went to the movies. We saw Red4 which is a Spanish horror movie. Spanish horror movies are way more gross then American ones that's for sure. And ...
... soup I think, and of course el pan con queso de vacas. Normally we have more than that but we didn't today and by the time I was done eating, I was still really hungry. Montse had Rodrigo today, so anytime he sees us he attemps saying niņas! At 5, I had to meet Alvaro at the plaza so he could take me to the official international building to drop of my enrollment verification form. The outside of the building was beautiful. When you walk in the main ...
... could reflect back on for the rest of there lives. I don’t really think about St Cedds (the school I went to) that much. Although, I did go to it later in life when it caught fire and burned down, that was fun!
I had a great time wondering from place to place, this style of visit really suits me as it feels things are forever unfolding in front of me unexpectedly. I stopped for a glass of wine and ended up chatting to Nick, a ...
... better. (Aside from my decision making with a lack of sunscreen :X)
We returned to Salamanca, happily tanned, but not ready to get back to the cold and rainy weather thats still happening here. However, the next day was my birthday! Before coming here, I was so nervous, and a little upset, that I wouldn't be celebrating my 21st with my friends and family back home. I still wish I could have, but now I didn't think twice that spending it here ...
... by this, seeing as I spend an entire day with them in Porto and it went exactly the same way). Eventually we ended up a the Chupiteria which specializes in chupitos, or shots. It was a pretty neat bar and I will say they had very nice shots - definitely the tastiest and smoothest shots I have ever had. Of course, I have no idea what they were seeing as it was all in Spanish and I was really just handed them, but it was quite nice (and cheap - only one euro). Elisa treated me to ...