NH Palacio de Castellanos
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... thing left to do was to do a tapas/sangria/beer tour. Jo, Jo, Dylan and I decided we would see what Salamanca had to offer in the way of bars. First stop was a local bar where you could get a beer and one tapa each for 2 Euro. Tapas are small dishes with food you can share, often olives or small pieces of meat. I haven't been too thrilled with tapas to be honest. We have had a few nice ones, but I would be quite happy with some ...
... from the series like the hospital, the C Block in the jail, the forrest where we meet Michonne and her armless zombie companions, the governors room with the heads in tanks, and finish off leaving for Terminus. It was THE MOST TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE, but I don't regret a single second of it. This park is a must-do during the fall in Madrid for those of you who enjoy the Walking Dead and thrill rides and I'm so happy I got the chance to go.
Hola! Today we had our placement test to figure out which group of classes would best fit us. We woke up at 7am for breakfast. I walked into three doors this morning because I am not used to the doors being closed all the time. Breakfast was as usual, except I had tea this morning, which was actually pretty good. And I snatched a banana from the fruit basket (I don't think they eat fruit for breakfast like we do). After that I got ready because we had to ...
... the teacher was a hoot. Third class also more conversational. The last two classes definitely easier than the first. Had a massive headache by the end of though with all the concentrating as it was all in Spanish. Lunch was at 2.30, so I wandered back to the house, which is only a 5 min stroll. Stopped and took a few pictures along the way. Lunch was a rice and lentil stew, croquettes and lettuce. Very nice but massive. I ...
... we did accidentally explore quite a bit of the city and saw many of the sites we wanted to, including the Casa de las Conches, a building decorated with carved scallop shells, which were dropping inky diagonal shadows against the warm golden-coloured stone. Then, back to the cathedrals (they had apparently vanished so it took us a while to find them) and bought a ticket which gives access to the high bits, through narrow corridors and spiral stairways cut into the stone of ...