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Up before the sun to catch the metro to the train station where our train for Salamanca departed. The final member of the group Vy had turned up after the meeting. After 3 hours on the train we were in Salamanca, the "Golden Town". After a cup of coffee we were introduced to Salamanca by Anki. Salamanca was originally the capital, but once Madrid became the capital was granted with the first university. It is thought that ...
... cereal and I was so confused. She pours the cereal into her coffee cup and I told her that was different! She knows how we eat cereal in the US with cold milk but she never leaves a bowl out for us. For my first class at 11 today, I had Sonsoles. She is not as exciting as Charo. In cultura, we just worked with photocopies of paper and did some work to see what we already know. For Charo, first we learned an interesting fact that let into today's women lesson. Women here have two ...
... walls, but the lack of finances prevented them from completing it and today's cathedral consists of the two churches joined at the hip, so to speak.
Lunch was at a local 4 star hotel that served an excellent paella, accompanied by many salads and decent red and white Spanish wines. Needless to say most of us slept soundly on the return trip to the ship!
Tomorrow we start heading back down river as we work our way back to Porto in a few days.
... heads. (Lucky to have fingers to shove in my ears) Overall I have to say Salamanca would have to be my favourite town in Spain. It's definitely the most beautiful in my view. Even though it was the first time on our trip that a pickpocket tried his luck. Luckily without success.The Universidad Pontifica is also a very large impressive looking building. Across the road from it is the House of Shells with ...
... what I usually eat for
breakfast and I told her “arena”, instead of “avena”, meaning that I eat
sand for breakfast every day rather than oatmeal! Hahaha. Whoops. She’s been super
sweet though and for the most part we communicate just fine. She calls me
“guapa”, meaning pretty and always tries to make me eat more, so I think for now we're on good terms.