Hotel Petit Palace Las Torres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Siesta time with red wine and lunch at 5 pm. Getting used to these routines.... Maybe we'll close the school for few hours when I get back, to have leisurely lunch!!!!
Finally got to have Spanish Paella for dinner... Lovely place called Jera... Casual dining outside but a little chillier tonight 17degrees which was kinder nice after the heat so ...
... next Wednesday. By the time I got home after 3pm I was starving and Montse made a place of veggies and potatoes and of course chicken. I know when I return to the states I don't want to eat chicken or ham for a really long time (unless it is wings coated in hot sauce). After lunch I took a nap for an hour before going to the park since I had a headache. Around 5:30 pm I went to the park to study a little bit and to work on some homework that ...
... next one we went to was much better. People talked to us and I got to practice my Spanish a little bit. It was fun, but man I don't know how they stay up so late here.I barely slept at all when we got home because I haven't slept at all this week. On our way home we walked by a few bars that we may check out this weekend. Come Friday I had class at 9. It was the same professor I had for my first class on Thursday, the really nice lady! Her class seems really simple and we got a ...
... and trapsed through lots of shops, most of them very pokey. I met Libby at 8pm in the plaza. We wandered around and eventually found a cafe to sit at to get dinner. The one we picked had tapas, including dessert, so we went straight for dessert. Libby had a white chocolate soup, looked very good. The World Cup semi final between Argentina and the Netherlands, started just before 10. Lots of tvs had been set up around the plaza and people came ...
Since the last entry we have been all over the place - Tomar, Fatima,
Lisbon, Sintra, Edinburgh and now Salamanca. Tomar was the HQ of the Knights Templar and very pretty. Fatima is a place of pilgrimage and had the "over the top statues etc"
but not the atmosphere of Lourdes. Next stop Lisbon where we met up with a nephew where Chris and ...