Hotel R. Castellano III
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... however was far too shy to give speaking a go.
We went where they told us to and found ourselves in a beautiful plaza. From there we decided to have another go at finding our way. I mucked up again and found ourselves in a residential area. However what I must say about Salamanca is it is easily the place with the happiest people I have ever been in my life. In Madrid the locals had been somewhat cold however here everyone was talking and happy ...
... After that I came home and Montse made dippy eggs for dinner! I told her I usually eat this for breakfast and she was so shocked. On Saturday night I just chilled out for the evening. Sunday I had to focus on my schoolwork and continue preparing and practicing my ...
... was ready. For dinner we had that soup I love and salad (with corn in it, odd) and pizza! Of course the pizza had ham on it. Gotta love my break, I had it again with the cheese. Tonight, I am finally happy to relax since I have blisters on the bottom of both my feet from walking everywhere. Well, I am going to probably watch another movie and go to bed at a reasonable hour. Toledo bound in the morning. Hasta ...
... that we all thought they were dried and glued it. And these boost were over 200 years old. The funniest article though were two condoms from the 1800s. They were found tucked in one of the religious books! We were very lucky enough to be taken into the hidden vault. We had to go though three different doors, it very very surreal to be walking through big vault doors just to see books. In that room were right behind the facade, almost right ...
... Barozzi da Vignola, the final product was uniquely Spanish.
The building complex, severe in its lines, has four principal stories with large towers at each corner.
The library was the coolest - containing more than 40,000 hand written manuscripts by the Monks from as late as the 16th century.
After El Escorial, we ate some lunch and by 3:30, we were back on the bus to meet our host families in Salamanca. Oh my gosh, I was sooooo nervous. I had no idea what ...