Unsurprisingly, the day began with classes at Colegio Delibes. After classes we decided to go get a haircut at a “peluquería,” or barbershop. When Equipo Salamanca came together again, it was to go to the University of Salamanca, and visit the cathedral. The cathedral consists of an older and a newer portion that have been connected together. We were able to go up toward the top of both parts of the cathedral, and look down upon the city and the interior of the cathedral. The newer part of the cathedral is one of the highest buildings in Salamanca, and from the top we could see the Sierra Francia, which we visited on Sunday. After burning many calories climbing up the many stairs in the cathedral, we were rewarded with tapas, which are small snacks that can be found in many places around Salamanca, and the rest of España. We visited three different places and tried three different tapas. The first place, the food was like a small burger with tomato and cheese. The second was called “patatas bravas” which were potatoes with a sauce similar to ketchup and mayonnaises. The last tapas that we had were small bocadillos con lomo, or sandwiches with tenderloin.