Hotel Petit Palace Las Torres
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... food. By the time we got home it was around 8:30 pm and almost time for dinner. Montse made us some tuna omlette. Who puts tuna in an omlette?! I think it made me a little sick to my stomach. We went out with the usual group and the usual places, of course following them around again. Oh well, overall it was a fun night.
We turned the clocks back on Saturday so by the time I woke up I was starving. We had rice and veggies with egg in it. ...
Montse walked us to the Plaza Mayor around 8:30 pm. There we met Alvaro for dinner. We had so much to eat and drink that I was so stuffed. There are four girls studying with T&E. For dinner we had red wine with water, First, they brought out a salad with some sort of fish on it. Then these keroques which are filled with ham. They were pretty good. next was calamari which ...
... 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 ...
... meal with wine and coffee to finish for 10euros a pop and it was a real break from the mile crunching. Gypsy, our Garmin GPS had a mischievous day mixing her left with her right, thus exiting us from the route or sending us along the wrong motorway. In Seville it sent us across a busy highway but a jolly pair of police people arrived swiftly to send us on our way. SORRY. Gypsy ended her tour of duty by taking us into Salamanca's pedestrian zone. By ...
... get my three meals a day from her. She asks what time I'm going to get up so my food is waiting for me. Yesterday she wasn't here for lunch and I didn't know what to do until I heard María say "!Colín, a comer!" I walked into the kitchen and BOOM she made lasagna! Everyone cooks for the American! I need to look up the word "clutch" in Spanish for that one.
The other night some of my new amigos and I went on a ruta de tapas. Tapas are popular snacks with some kind of ...