- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... second! The Plaza was absolutely wild last night, there was a band and everything! By the time we tried to leave the Plaza it was a little bit after midnight and we went back to Cristina's house for a little until it was time to go out. By the time we went out, we had to find a place we could get in and even though we had the tickets to enter, it was just too crazy. I got to watch my first physical fight between a group of people and I also got run over by the ...
... The movie was science fiction which I'm not all about but the whole experience was a good one. the movie got over around 10:30 and five minutes later we are passing my house. Closer than I thought! When we got home Montse made a grilled ham and cheese sandwich with a salad. I was also surprised with a very sweet email and a pre-dated letter from Jeler to open on October 15. All around good night. I get to sleep in a little tomorrow. Buenas noches!
... of Salamanca, founded in pre-Roman times (B.C.) by Celtic tribes. We found the hotel and parking garage without too much difficulty – all these old towns have so many one-ways that one gets completely turned around!
It was a beautiful evening. We strolled to the gorgeous Golden Plaza Major round the corner and joined the throngs for al fresco dinner, wine, coffee and conversation while watching soccer on huge TV screens dotted around the ...
... The walk back to our starting point was through beautiful parkland along a creek, with constant views back up to the cathedral. No wonder people walked everywhere. It would have been pleasant as well as taking one to a destination! Today is particularly idyllic. Of course, an appetite is now aroused and this time we go for a fairly healthy Caesar salad. I had no qualms therefore in following it not long after with coffee and two small macaroons. I chose an orange flavour, ...
... was my favorite. It is a large building behind water with several bridges and some fountains. Right before we left Sevilla we went back and saw the plaza when the weather was really nice. The Semana Santa (Holy Week) processions were starting, and we saw a little of it on the first night. It is really interesting how the processions work. People wearing tall, pointed hoods of different colors walk through the towns. They hold candles and some carry ...