Isla de La Garena Hotel
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... it was the birthplace and childhood
home of Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish literature’s equivalent of Shakespeare or
Goethe. It is at the university that the annual Cervantes Prize in Spanish
literature is awarded annually, now alternating between Spanish and Latin
Jesus organized for us to take the guided walking tour of
the city, the only way to get to see the interiors of many of the city’s most
important buildings. ...
... to Salamanca after, but I stayed back because I have developed migraines. Instead, Max, Angel, and I spent the weekend hanging out at Cafe Continental and roaming the streets of Alcala.
This week everything calmed down and I had a few weird experiences this weekend that I will write about at a later date. Here's to making the most of the next 74 days in Europe!
... in love. The buildings are obviously old but they have been maintained so well and the atmosphere was electric, everyone was happy and friendly and got so excited to meet "alstraya" (me) - they can't pronounce 'Australia'. We walked passed two old palaces which are in the exact middle of the city, passed the bull fighting arena which is literally the prettiest building I've ever seen and the passed the 'doors' of something which was just ...
... before this injury she wouldn't let me do anything). The past few days I have helped with dishes, laundry and cleaning, however. This makes me feel like a much closer part of the household. I've also been able to straighten my relationship with Julia by helping her when she needs a glass of water, her pain pills, answering the phone, or whatever small tasks come up. Moreover, because Julia cannot leave the apartment, She is constantly here when I am, which means I am ...
... in my last post) is located at 666m above sea level and is thought to be an entrance to hell.
- The birth rate is decreasing drastically in Spain and most of Europe. There are less young people that work combined with more old people that cannot. This is a leading factor in the recession and high unemployment levels here right now.
That is it for now! I am off to Portugal! I will be posting plenty of pictures next week when I return!