Puente Romano de Salamanca
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The room was great, best of all was the pool after a long day of walking and sight seeing
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... soccer! I am so excited for that. Since I didn't have much to eat for lunch, we all cracked and went to Burger King, and the whopper tasted better here than it does at home. We sat outside for a while since it was so nice and just talked for a while. We went home and chilled out until it was time for dinner. Pedro had a basketball game, so Montse wasn't home for dinner so she left it ...
Salamanca is one of my favorite cities. It´s small and beautiful. It´s magical. It reminds me of a Harry Potter set. I studied here 7 years ago and I still remember where everything is.
I came to visit my friend Miguel, who was Professor Laguna´s assistant the first year she began the exchange program with Rutgers. I won´t say how old he was, but he is so different now. I was surprised. He has a lot of jobs and responsibilities in Salamanca, ...
... that look like roads but aren't and roads that look merely big enough for a bull and matador. Good times! Believe it or not, we found our way through the labrynth that is old town Toledo and came out right near the Alcazar perched atop the hill. We also found a well priced hotel for two nights, which even turned out to be one we had looked up the night prior. Let's be honest, we had the route planned out the whole time (right...)!
The old town of Toledo is ...
... Everyone is hospitable and friendly, and we really get to feel we are living in Salamanca, rather than being sequestered in a faceless hotel.
Salamanca is a town of around 180,000 inhabitants located on a high plateau, traversed by the Tormes River and is considered to be one of the most spectacular Renaissance cities in Europe. The buildings are constructed of sandstone, and ...
... was kind of hard and smelled like parmesan (it was like those thicker flakes you get at the store) and was possibly the most amazing thing I have ever had in my life. It tasted best with the white wine surprisingly and I ate an extra piece. The other cheese was creamier and had less of a smell but a more powerful taste; I couldn’t eat it plain but it tasted good with the red wine and also with the bread and olive oil. The olive oil was almost as amazing as the ...