NH Puerta de la Catedral
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the only one who got popcorn! The movie was over probably around 6 pm or somewhere around there, and we went to an Irish pub for drinks and to chat. I had Desperados, which is tequila flavored beer, so good. I came home around 7:30 ish and skyped with my parents until it was time for dinner. For dinner, we had takeout Telepizza, although pizza here will never be as good as the US! After dinner I skyped with Jeler and then I went to bed. Pretty simple ...
... a a huge quad called el patio de la escuela. Surrounding the square were huge round pillars and the architecture was just amazing. Tomorrow I am going to go pick it up and hopefully it will be filled out. I sure did a lot of walking today! After we went there, I walked home for a half hour before we had to be back at the T&E office for a briefing on our families and to talk about going to Toledo this Saturday. When Alvaro asked if we requested anything ...
... Switzerland touring Spain on his Moto Guzzi. I also surprised myself and booked a ferry from Bilbao to Portsmouth for later in the week. After exploring some more I decided to go back to the apartment for a siesta before heading back into town for dinner and a feel of the nocturnal side of Salamanca. I slipped into bed about 6.30pm and woke again at 9.30pm, shattered. I decided not to bother getting up, went back to sleep and awoke about 9am ...
On the 17th of May, I left California and flew to New York to visit my Aunt Martha, who promised me a visit as my 21st b-day present. The visit was filled with DELICIOUS eats, including fried balls of cheese and garlicky brussel sprouts, amazing acrobatic acts by super-buff cuties in the Broadway show called Pippin, laughter-filled cooking classes, walks to the dog park with Martha's adorable dog Addie, and some great aunt and goddaughter bonding ...
... It was a special day here, called Lunes de Agua, where everyone goes by the river to eat, drink and be merry. That's certainly what we did. One of the funnest days for my friends and I. Still, can't wait to celebrate at home too with my friends and put my 21 license into full effect!
This week, got back into the swing of school & siestas. My time is winding down here, but I'm not fully accepting it/ready to discuss it yet :X so, until then... ...