Hotel Petit Palace Las Torres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Almost normal morning start. Couldn't quite pack up last night as we had handed our washing in and it wasn't ready when we went to bed and the lady said she would leave it outside our door. No worries. Got up and they are on a drying wrack outside the door with the floor heating and central heating on. Mostly dry. Phew!
Discovered I'm missing a pair of socks - bugger! - well I'm not going to hang around for a while to try and retrieve them or find ...
... and not to mention I'm starving after class. For lunch today, we had the pumpkin soup again and chicken legs with carrots. Please no more chicken!!! After lunch, I started preparing an outline for my presentation that is due next week. At 5:30 pm, I met a guy from intercambio under the clock. We went to this little cafe and I had hot chocolate (more like a melted candy bar.) It was fun, first we talked in Spanish for about 40 minutes and then in English for about a half hour. His ...
... p so despite being 1035 miles away from home I had an amazing birthday.
Lectures officially start on Monday :( so I'm sad to say that my 3 weeks and 3 days holiday in salamanca is nearly over and the hard work is about to begin. I haven't had a lecture since April so I am deffo not looking forward to going to back to uni, let alone to lectures that will be in Spanish. But I'll keep you updated about how that goes!
... watch. Unfortunately the wind came are up and it got quite cold. Once the lights in there plaza came on, Libby and I wandered around and took photos. I walked Libby home most of the way. We came across a very unique vending machine. It sold cold drinks as well as condoms, chocolate body paint and vibrators!!!! Libby and I giggled like little school girls and then took photos" By the time I got home it was 11pm. It was straight to bed for me, was ...
... Madrid famous for its university which teaches the most pure form of Spanish in Spain.
It was around 9 when we reached Salamanca and from the window we caught the lit up view of the old and new cathedral which was absolutely breathtaking. From a distance some buildings are better seen at night just because it seems to be the only building in existence in a plane of nothingness.Our first stop was Plaza Mayor which was also beautifully illuminated. We ...