Hotel R. Castellano III
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A city that wakes late (around 10am) and gradually gets louder and busier till the wee small hours. We got going earlyish.... About 9 and after breakfast at the pub (no beer though even though it's apparently ok to drink beer from about that time on), we set off to the Supermarket as we had spotted a big one, to get supplies for Camino... Nuts etc. ...
... it back when we came on our school trip to Spain and wanted to check it out again, so we went out to try and find it.
The funny thing was, we actually ended up going in circles trying to find this temple so we made a couple detours in the meantime. One detour took us to La Almudena, a church across from the Palacio Real, which I get the chance to go to this Thursday with my Study Abroad group. Shannen told me this was where the current King ...
... whole life, with a husband and three kids. She did study in France though for four years. It seems a lot of people here have either lived in France or studied in France. Anyway, in class we just did an introduction activity, and I met a nice girl. We got our syllabus as well. Nothing compared to America! Barely any work! That pretty much used up the whole two hours. After that class was over, I had my next one at 11 am-1 pm. This class was lengua española. We ...
... tidy and it didn't look handwritten. The decorations were all in gold. Out guide told us that the best writers of thee books, couldn't actually read or write, they just copied. Another book had been heavily edited by the church and had pages torn out or blackened. The example he showed us was some pages on an ellipse. The church thought this was inappropriate so it was all scribbled over in black. Another book was pictures of plants, the pictures were ...
Tuesday 13th May
Packed up this morning, then drove 160 miles south to a site just outside Salamanca. Fantastic sun and deep blue sky, but a strong and cool breeze. Our surroundings are quite a contrast, with very few trees and a wide open extensive landscape, mostly down to cereals, where you can see for miles. A long way off to the south are a range of mountains, some snowcapped, but the countryside around, apart from a sense of space and openness, has little natural ...