Tryp Salamanca Montalvo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... a shop called a Cordeleria.... Guess what??? All they sell is cords string and rope...how interesting is that???
After a decent walk, coffee and snacks it was time for a tour of the Cathedral and up the bell tower. Pretty scary towards the end as it was so narrow- green light operating for ups and downs. Stunning cathedral ... And views. Frescoes on walls from ...
The exchange on Tuesday night went well, although it was loud so it was hard to hear. I met the same guy there from Monday at Tum Tum and while we were at Zhivago, I met some people from Italy as well.
On Wednesday, I woke up with a headache and I had it all day. I went to classes and had my first exam en la mujer en la historia de espaņa. I mixed a few things up but other than that I think I did well. Charo said she will return ...
I think I left off around dinner last night. We had the soup that we usually have, except with long noodles and it was actually kind of bland that time. (ASK MONTSE WHAT WAS THE MEAT WE HAD) I think last night was the worst night of my jet lag. We went out on the town Thursday night to explore a few bars. The streets were absolutely packed and so were the bars. The first one we went to was a bunch of local students who we didn't get a very friendly vibe from so we left shortly ...
... we were making paella. The meat that was used was pork and chicken. Pork is very popular here, it seems to be the most common meat used. The paella was nice but very oily, I couldn't eat much of it. After class I wandered off around the city. My mission was to find the frog! On the back streets I finally found the right building. I knew I was near it as I could spot lots of people standing there and staring at the building. I did some ...
... frog attached to a skull. It needs to be pointed out to you as it is so small. The frog represents lust and the skull death. It was a warning to the university students about syphilis. They would need to be very tall to heed the lesson.
A leisurely walk around and then crossed the Roman bridge to arrive back at the hotel.
A good day. We plan to return tonight to see the city lit up.