Tryp Salamanca Montalvo
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... from the tempest! In ten minutes, we’d become thoroughly soaked, rain gear and all!
With my charges safe but soaked inside the sanctuary of the Cathedral, I slunk over to the Valor chocolateria to dry out and drown my sorrows with a Luna Llena, a scoop of dark chocolate ice cream swimming in a sea of warm white chocolate sauce. It was an effective remedy.
The final challenge of the day was finding toilets ...
... met Jackie, Sam, and Kacie (our new Wisconsin friend) at la plaza for tapas since we were so hungry around 7 pm. On Sunday, all of the tapas at the place we went to were one euro. It was so nice because I was able to get fries with ham and cheese, I have been craving fries. We sat there and talked for a little bit until we walked home. Everything is closed on Sunday except for places to eat, ...
... I love my sleep).
In Toledo, we met our super attractive tour guide, Luis (All the girls were fawning over him big time), and we took a bus tour around the city. We were dropped off at the bottom of the hill and walked up to Cathedral de Toledo (I had already seen this with mom), Monastery of St. John, and the Synagogue of St. Mary the White. All of the places represented the different cultures that have inhabited Toledo - Arab, Christian, and Jewish. ...
Segundo día en Salamanca. Second day in Salamanca. Hi, I´m Joanne and I will be writing about our stay in Salamanca. Salamanca is a small city located east of Madrid, about 2 1-2 hours by train. The University of Salamanca, the oldest university in Spain is located here and is one of the focal points. The town is rich in history dating back to the 1st century. For this reason, you will find many, many old ...
... NOT to do in public. Yawning and stretching are probably the biggest pet peeves of every Spaniard out there. Also, you get the look if you are eating as you walk. They have toothpicks here but it is very bad to use them in public. I guess you wait till you get home and close the blinds or something?
Teachers are five to ten minutes late every day to class...they call it being punctual. You must keep your hands visible when eating ...