NH Puerta de la Catedral
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... saw both the Cathedrals, new and old, and were shown a pretty little park with great views of the town. We wandered back down the main street and found a café with a menu del dia to have lunch. I had some salamis and cheese, followed by pork fillets, chips and peppers and rice pudding with a glass of wine.
After lunch I walked down to the river and crossed the Roman Wall, which is a bridge across the river. On this ...
... The first last name is their mother's last name and the second last name is the father's last name. They keep both all their life and they do not take the name of their spouse if they are married, divorced, a widow, etc. I thought that was interesting. Then we went over a powerpoint outlining our slides for our packet. Class until 3 today was rough, I was so hungry when I came home around 3:30. For lunch we had noodles and sauce with tuna, and turkey. Of course pan con el queso ...
I awoke in Seville feeling good, still a little tired but good all the same. I thought I would give it a try to reach Salamanca, the distance was further than I wanted to do but I didn’t have a plan to see anywhere else. Leaving Seville and finding the A66 was a piece of cake, it was almost pleasurable being so easy. In case it was a little far for me I decided to do it in chunks and if I felt tired I would stop off ...
... rest of the sites that Salamanca offers. There are rarely to be found so many amazing building built cheek by jowl anywhere else. The university, numerous churches, monasteries and other buildings like the Casa de Chonces, shell house, all built of the same sandstone. A brilliant city! By about 3.30 we were tired and hungry so found a swanky restaurant on the main square where we had a big blow out lunch comprising a shared first course ...
... time to leave. We left at 7:30pm. We got ready, I changed into jeans and then we headed into town. I'm so happy that the places are pretty casual and not into dressing up hard out. I just wore jeans and turned my tiered dress into a top. We stopped by Zara first to pick up Marta's friend. She walked with us to another friend. We joined her to farewell her guy friend who was leaving for New York. He was dreading his flight and wanted to avoid the 8 hour journey. The other ...