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... very beautiful.
In Toledo, we stayed at Hotel Beatriz, which was a huge place with a pool. It wasn't a hot day, but that didn't stop some of us from swimming. It was freezing, but we didn't really care. We were just having fun!
At 7, we had a very long meeting with Rodrigo about our home stays and academics. After the meeting at around 9, we went into the city to grab some pizza. We took 5 cabs and all piled in to this amazing pizza place (Don't remember ...
... of Ávila still completely surround the quaint old city. If there had not been what seemed like 50-plus tour buses parked outside the walls we would have walked through the town, but given the number of buses, we drove on to Segovia.
Segovia is the site of an extremely well-preserved Roman aqueduct that has survived since 50 A.D. Standing below the massive, 90-foot-high structure, it is hard ...
Temp 21 mainly sunny with intermittent cloud
We found a café nearby and near the Plaza Mayor for breakfast. We thought it odd that the area was full of police and people who were part of the Red Cross. As it turned out there was a marathon (or possibly half marathon) happening and the runners were going past us and into the Plaza. We are becoming experts at watching marathons with a coffee in one hand and a croissant in the other ...
This past week I had my oral presentation and a paper due. So far on my trip, I’ve travelled through the French airport alone, found the Plaza Mayor in Salamanca by myself (a good 15 minute walk from my house), tried paella with mariscos, and protected my bags from pick-pocketers on the subway. I was more nervous to give my presentation than to do all these other things. I think it went well though and hopefully I’ll find out next ...
... dinner in the evening (yum - Italian cuisine!) and drinks and parties afterwards (yes, I guess it is part of the culture to go out to bars and have big dinners with friends even on weekdays). But I was not alone - I actually met up with a friend of a friend named Omkar in Plaza Mayor (he lives in Madrid and is employed by the Spanish government to teach English in schools) and we explored the city together and then traveled together to the Asturias (but that is another blog entry, ...