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... service and took naps until our meeting at 5:30. At the meeting we took a bus tour around the city and then talked about what to expect in terms of rules & culture in Spain.
After that we all went out together to eat dinner and hang out. That was the best part. Everyone was just so chill and fun to be with. I don't think I've ever smiled so much in my life.
We ended up going to bed around 3:00 in the morning, which I'm not used to, but I easily adapted. ...
... laughing and I
realized I'd just asked, “is it going to cry tomorrow” because I got llorar
confused with llover. I started laughing as well and we joked about how when it
rains, it kind of is like the sky is crying. This kind of thing has happened
quite a few times now, and I only hope I haven’t said anything super offensive
on accident! When I first arrived at her house ...
... I got home fine because I only live about five minutes from the plaza, but I found out this morning that the girls were lost for about two hours. I already blend in better than those Americans. That's about all I got for now -- classes start on Tuesday and my dinner is almost ready. Sunday night dinners are the most important, and Luz is preparing a famous type of pig that is very expensive and popular in Salamanca. ...
... tasty shwarma may be, the real draw for us is the juice. Yes I’m aware we outgrew kindergarten about fifteen years ago. The juice is freshly made in a blender in front of the customers and is literally just fruit and water. 100% all natural. My favorite juice I’ve tried is the mango (YES—MANGO) and the pineapple one is very good as well. We plan on returning a third time (fourth for some) next week before returning to the US.
We also ...
... told my roomie, Kat, not to do it again. Despite these incidents, we seem to have become favorites of the staff here at the residence. They gave us a fan to sleep with, gave us suggestions of places to go out to, and, took the infractions in stride and told us not to worry about them.
Salamanca is my favorite city i have ever visited in Spain. It's a perfectly small size, jam-packed with students, full of things to do, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility