Here is a view of the park across from our hotel. Just look at how many benches there are! Also for those of you ever wondering, when I had my doubts about moving to Europe, it was partly due to the fact that I thought that they did this to trees all over. They do not do that in Madrid thanks goodness, but they trim the trees heavily in Barcelona.
A quiet little side street, with charming walls.
Everything looks like a castle!
Ok so, Salamanca is known for a frog. It is a very famous frog. You see it below.
The reason that it is so famous, is because they have made it a game to spot this frog in amongst the detail that this wall holds. (Click to enlarge.) See if you can find the frog there. This is part of the University.
A Roman bridge, still in use.
I LOVE the side streets here.
There was a marching band performance. They were practicing for playing during Semana Santa (Easter week). I just wish I had felt better, and that it had been above 6 degrees C.
The Storks, they were everywhere, especially on top of old churches with their big nests.
The Storks were soaring as the band was playing.
We watched for a while but eventually has to find a pharmacy and then go exchange our train ticket for an earlier one. I definitely need to go again. I hope you enjoyed the small peak into Salamanca.