Hotel R. Castellano III
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... There were also a lot of stairs we had to climb to get to the top, and I am out of shape! When we got to the top, it was almost all open and it was overlooking the city of Salamanca and las catedrales since they were so close. The view was so nice and there was a wonderful breeze. I was able to take some good pictures. When I finally got to the bottom of the stairs, I was still out of breath. By this ...
... I am the only one struggling though, so that's good. Today's homework was way to hard for me and I had to admit defeat. In the second class, the teacher was apologising for her rumbling tummy. She then just ran off and went down the street to get something to eat! Things are definitely different here. The third class has a lot of partner work, so that means that I am getting to know the other students. After ...
Hola! and HAPPY FOURTH FROM SPAIN! Yes, I'm still alive. I've been so busy, I've hardly had time to sleep let alone write in my blog.
I've had my first few days (Thurs/Fri) of class and have been getting acclimated to the city of Salamanca. I took a test and got placed in advanced and so most of my classes are very hard and they are all taught completely in spanish. I have Spanish Culture, Art History, Commentary on Literary ...
... a bit peaked, we were looking for an energy surge when we spotted the Valor sign and remembered that our guide had mentioned the shop on the bus as we arrived.
Chocolaterias in this part of Spain are famous for their deep-fried churros, dipped in a cup full of thick liquid chocolate. Our guide, however, had specifically recommended the Luna Llena specialty, a scoop of chocolate ice cream drowned in ...
... hard to imagine how it was built without the aid of modern cranes and computer-generated drawings. This aqueduct moved water into the city from a mountain river 9 miles away. Tomorrow we head to Madrid, and on Thusday, board a plane to fly home. We are both a little travel weary and ready to sleep in our own bed. With the exception of seeing family, we have no plans of traveling for some time. Hasta ...