Tryp Salamanca Montalvo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... s washing they got mixed with - count them as gone and we are heading to Salamanca today (big city) so I can buy a pair (hope). Only a long distance hiker can appreciate the loss. We carry minimal everything so our packs weigh as little as we can get away with - soooooo there is little if anything 'extra'!
4km to the next village and hoping bar will be open for brekky when we get there. Slow going 4km over rocky ground and some drizzle as I ...
... Pablo and it was so easy to talk to him because he was talkative himself. Today again I finally got to practice my Spanish and not feel like an idiot. He corrected me on things, as well as I corrected him also. I told him about my school, town, things to do in the area, and about my family and boyfriend. He told me about where he lived here in Salamanca (near a dirt road!) and about his family and girlfriend as well as cultural differences between the US and Spain. We were there for ...
I've survived my first week in Spain, wahoo! Even though it still feels like a holiday, I love Salamanca already. My first week has been super busy. Firstly, I have a flat :D how exciting. I will be living with 6 other Erasmus students but some are yet to arrive so at the moment there is just two of us. Secondly, I have met some great friends from all around the world. It's so interesting to learn about other cultures, their traditions and their language. I now know ...
... I am the only one struggling though, so that's good. Today's homework was way to hard for me and I had to admit defeat. In the second class, the teacher was apologising for her rumbling tummy. She then just ran off and went down the street to get something to eat! Things are definitely different here. The third class has a lot of partner work, so that means that I am getting to know the other students. After ...
... walked into a club with futurama decorations that were filled with mostly high school kids. The next bar had an awesome interior decoration with CD on the ceilings, old tape records used for lamp shades, and keyboards stuck on to the wall. I got to know Jake pretty well as we talked about how our study abroad experiences had changed us, especially in terms of how we viewed partying.
The next day we headed to the new and old cathedrals. The exterior was ...