Hotel R. Castellano III
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... hot as we got off aircon train to get settled in our new Hostal Concejo. We wandered the streets close by to get lunch. Wow!!! Now we know why this place is on UNESCO world heritage site. Very stunning with its golden buildings,cobbled streets and quaint cafes and shops. Surrounded by Cathedrals and convents all dating back many centuries. A scallop shelled covered wall of a monastery and arches with intricate detail.
Lunch at Dozč cafe ..... Goats ...
... I think I am going to stay in Salamanca because I will have to study and do work during the day. When I got home, for dinner we had the typical soup and pizza (not very good). After we finished the first, she brought out another! I was already not feeling well and she made me eat another piece. Then I was done for the night, I took a shower and went to bed and was sleeping by 11 pm. I think this is a first since I've been here.
... From there, we walked to the plaza and continued down the main st of town. I don't really remember a whole lot of names of places, but the few places we were at tonight were really nice and filled with local university kids. While we were out, we met two nice guys and ran into a girl that they know who lives with them so we talked to her as well. I got to use my Spanish tonight on someone other than my host family! That sums up the day, not as eventful as the others but still fun. ...
... and I met in the plaza, then went and found somewhere to eat. We headed down one of there side streets and found a quiet little place to eat. Within too long, the whole street was packed. We had picked well, the tapas were delicious and very cheap. We seemed to eat and eat and eat, yet it cost hardly anything. Just after 10, we all went our separate ways, saying goodbye.i took a taxi back to the residence ready for my last night ...
... of terracing and planting is done.
The crops or wine used to be transported on flat bottom boats called rabelos; today they take tourists. Had a fantastic few hours on the water, going through an enormous lock and seeing the countryside. Fish, we think they were mullet, were almost jumping out of the water and one of our group, who is a train enthusiast, was thrilled when a train moved along the valley.
Bernadette and ...