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... consumed in the Plaza Mayor), to grab ice cream at the most highly recommended 'heladería' in Salamanca, and to go shopping at the Spanish department store Zara and at souvenir shops full of Universidad de Salamanca gear. We met up towards the end of the afternoon to ride the 'Tren Turístico' (Tourist Train) around the city. This 25-minute ride showed us monuments and parts of the city that we otherwise wouldn't have seen, and it was ...
... included remains of Roman walls, El museo de Casa Lis, which had beautiful stained glass windows, and Croissantería Paris, where I bought the most AMAZING ham and cheese croissants ever for a very affordable price!
Although it would've been nice to stay longer, getting back on time to Madrid was important because we only had an hour and a half before the start of El Classico, the big game between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, which took place ...
... cooked, along with two chicken legs... yay chicken! Of course we had bread and sat and talked for a bit. During siesta I tried not to sleep to help get adjusted but I ended up falling asleep for a half hour. Around 5 pm Alex and I went shopping and I bought a jean shirt and scarf at H&M. Clothes here are so cheap! Around 6 we had to meet our fill in T&E coordinator (not Alvaro) for the tour of las catedrales. We toured la catedral vieja y la catedral ...
... yummy, and it wasn't some tourist place, it was genuine. Cath said you could tell it was genuine by the rubbish on the floor, as the correct way to eat tapas, is standing at the bar and you just put all the rubbish on the floor. Sure enough, there were serviettes and all sorts on the floor by the bar. Was a great way to spend our last evening together. Got back to the residence not long after 10, to try and cool down. Not as hot was yesterday but still ...
... neon lights under the eaves and a giant sign of the roof reading ‘CLUB’ and next to that a big galvanised mobile phone pylon. The Club sign also has florescent lights which constantly change colour and flash on and off. Bits of it don’t work so it never actually says club in the dark. It is as depressing as the landscape. Sitting outside the caravan as the sun sets in a clear sky and with a drink in my hand, it still looks a lot better than home on a wet ...