Over one weekend I took a short day trip to Salamanca – it’s the “college town” of Spain. The school here is amazing, and I couldn’t imagine what it would be like to walk to school everyday passing through such an architecturally-amazing city.
One of the traditions of the town is to find a special frog on the entrance of the main cathedral – it’s supposed to symbolize good luck, health, and prosperity if you can find it without help. Now I’m somewhat of a superstitious person, so I of course had to make it a point to find that little frog.
I was there for almost 20 minutes trying to find that damn frog.
After being frustrated with the “puta rana” as I came to call it, I headed on to the rest of the city. I found a cave entrance that was supposedly used as the devils classroom back in the middle-ages – people would go down into an underground cathedral and learn astrology, magic, and how to dougie. Although I’m not so sure about the last one. Apparently is was thought to have a portal to Hades.
Here are the pics from the trip!