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TripAdvisor Reviews Emperatriz III Salamanca
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... planning that we did, I did not think of the fact that the campsites will naturally be located outside of the towns and cities. So when it dawned on me I thought it is a drag having to use public transport. But actually it is not. We see a lot more and are in good company with many famous travel writers who always say to mix with the LOCALS. Only with no Spanish there is not much mixing going on.
... and Europe in general. By the time 8:30 pm was here, we went to Erasmus and I had tinto de verano and brocheta de verduras (my new favorite thing). Then it was time to walk home for dinner. For dinner, we had soup and tortillas españolas con jamón. I do not like tortillas españolas and even hot sauce didn't fix this one! Also not to mention, Montse laughed at me again because I said a person was the country Japan, instead ...
... side I even spotted storks in their nests a top of the bell tower. Every town has a Plaza Mayor (town square). Salamanca's is supposedly the most beautiful in Spain. Once we were through the plaza I could see the cathedral. As we got closer it got more amazing. It's massive and so ornate. Might wanted to stop and take photos but we were on a tight timeline, so more exploring is a definite. We were all to meet at 8.30 for ...
... and we are planning to meet him later and continue the intercambio. I'm very excited to be stretching outside of my comfort zone, meeting new people, and taking in a whole new culture. It's very overwhelming, but I'm having so much fun!
I better stop writing now because my writing/organization is getting worse and worse by the second. I apologize for this very poorly written update.
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From Toledo we headed slightly further North to Salamanca. Upon arrival we spent well over an hour driving in circles in the city centre trying to find a parking spot to find some accommodation! Finally we gave up on trying to stay in the centre and easily found a hotel still within walking distance. We checked ourselves in and bundled up before crossing the old Roman bridge into old town in search of some dinner and to see the city by night. While ...