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Arrived in Salamanca after a long day travelling. We stopped twice, once at a Roadhouse and once at Cuidad Rodriga, a small Spanish town in the middle of nowhere. We have seen way too many palaces and churches so after a quick look around we found a nice little lunch spot in the sun with Jo, Jo, Judy and Mary Lou. Salamanca is beautiful. It's only small, about 200,000 people. Today was a special holiday so none of the shops were open ...
Yesterday was my favorite day this week. Mateo, Victoria, Shannen and I all met up in Casa de Campo to go to an amusement park. The place was very comparable to the Great Escape's Fright Fest, which was awesome because I actually never went to Fright Fest in New York before. We rode all the major thrill rides, but my favorite for sure was called Abismo. This ride started off by going up at a 90 degree angle, and we ended up suspended ...
... through el Huerto de Calixto y Melibea. That was so romantic. Lots of flowers and trees mixed together. As soon as we walked in, we saw what appeared to be a wishing well. Starting from the top and dangling down, were a bunch of locks tangled together. Everyone who falls in love in Salamanca is able to add a lock to the collection of locks. From the garden you can see the cathedrals which was awesome and also a view of the city too. It made me wish I could take ...
... how the students were to learn. In one room, ( Aula de Fray Luis de Leon) the original benches and table were there, along with very old graffiti. The grand room, is where important events were held and where graduations are now held, had the original curtains behind the chairs, so they are over 500 years old. The stair case was gorgeous with all it's intricate stonework and carvings. On there first floor is housed there old library. You can't go in here as ...
... to express itself and we were in no hurry to leave. We had taken baguettes from the site with us (7/10) and sat under the patchy shade of the trees in a little park to eat, feeding the crumbs to the sparrows..lovely. We wandered about quite a bit, trying to find the Tourist office for a town map but when we eventually did, it had just close for two hours, whilst tourist thronged outside. As they supply free town maps, no-one else bothers to have them for sale. On the ...