The Saturday following the week when I finally found an internship, I decided to celebrate with a relaxing day of a photography exhibit, good food, and lots of sun!
After Liz and Nicky went to meet the Trailwalkers at their checkpoint just outside of Girona, Alyssa, Will, and I decided to do some more exploring in the city. We really wanted to see what the view was like from one of the mountains, so we spotted a road winding up, and just decided to drive along it and see what we’d find…
Towards the beginning of May, Alyssa, Will, and I planned a spontaneous road trip to the northeastern region of Spain, towards the Pyrenees Mountains. This was our first time renting and driving a car through Spain!
Just a 2-hour bus ride away, my friends and I have been wanting to visit since way back last September, but just never found the right timing until this spring. Before leaving, many friends told me what a beautiful city Salamanca is. With University of Salamanca as its anchor, Salamanca was once the hub of academic excellence and center for scholars. To this day, the city is teeming with university students, many of them from abroad. The city is entirely walkable, with monuments, plazas, and exhibit around each corner. So here goes, the top 8 unique attributes of Salamanca: