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... very different. They are much longer horizontally and all white. I also noticed that there are a lot of traffic circles. More than I have ever seen at one time. The street signs don't have words on them like do not enter or yield. The stop sign does say stop though. So once we got back to her house, we got a tour, met her son and grandson, and she showed us our rooms. I have my own room and it is small ...
... with the little . Also last year I read parts of “La Celestina” and I was interested on going because I knew about the Calisto an Melibea garden. So there are so many reasons that make me want to go to Salamanca and I haven't have any chance to go with my family, so I think that this is a great opportunity to visit ...
... see anyway? The power of religion is hard to understand at times.
Back in Madrid I was finally able to check out the famous "El Tigre" and heard great stories of Tomás and Ryan of their friday night. Ryan's struggle with Tomás's door was absolutely hilarious. Unfortunately neither of us made it to Kapital since we were way too tired and the alcohol hit us quickly.
The next day we walked around Madrid's famous sunday market "Rastro". Here I got ...
... local café type place, and I had to force down a toasted croissant, which was alright but would've been better served as is in my opinion. After our traditional tidy up and packing, we got in the car and programmed the GPS to take us to Salamanca, 110 kilometres away.
Salamanca is a town famous for it's stunning Plaza Mayor, it's wonderful old baroque cathedrals, and it's genuine 18th century charm. We were lucky to be on the freeway for 100 kilometres of our journey, and ...
We've had a few very eventful few days and as a result I'm behind on the blog.
The remainder of our stay in Porto was quiet. As I mentioned Emile was sick and so the next day he stayed close to home. I got out for a bit on food and coffee runs, but spent time around the house...bad idea. The next morning I woke up to the exact same symptoms - headache, knots in my stomach and I was freezing cold. I don't have anything to share unless you have any questions ...