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... Portugal immediately after. As I mentioned it was a small town and we had only planned for a day to see the sights. The photos we had seen of this place were something else. A very small city on the knoll of the hill with two enormous cathedrals protruding out of the city's buildings.
At around midday after much deliberation we decided to sit down and book a bus from Salamanca to make sure we could get out of there. Unfortunately on the english website ...
... from the tempest! In ten minutes, we’d become thoroughly soaked, rain gear and all!
With my charges safe but soaked inside the sanctuary of the Cathedral, I slunk over to the Valor chocolateria to dry out and drown my sorrows with a Luna Llena, a scoop of dark chocolate ice cream swimming in a sea of warm white chocolate sauce. It was an effective remedy.
The final challenge of the day was finding toilets ...
... us. T&E in Spain and Philly is so hard to get in contact with. After I got up, I went and sat outside and the guy from Mester, the waitress, and the cook all came outside to sit down for little. Not to mention all the air here is filled with cigarette smoke so it wasn't "fresh." After a few minutes, I got a fake ice cream cone to try and help, which it did. around 8:30ish we walked home and dinner was actually almost ready. For dinner I'm not even exactly sure what we had, ...
... obviously didn't find today's lesson very thrilling as she fell asleep during class and started snoring! I decided to make today the day to explore the city, so I didn't go home for lunch. Instead I wandered around and saw the sights. All the buildings are the same colour- sandstone, even the new ones. A lot of nether buildings I looked at didn't have names, so had no idea what they were for. One building ...
... was as equally as nice and easy to get along with.
Laura is amazing, though. Her and I are pretty similar and so we spent a lot of time talking about Game of Thrones, books that we liked, and our lives back in our hometowns. She was originally from Germany but moved to the states when she was 11. Now she lives in New Mexico and goes to college in Oregon. She's also about a foot taller than me. :)
At the hotel, everyone was pretty exhausted. Laura and I ...