Parador de Salamanca
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After renting a car, we drove several hours to Salamanca. Driving there was incredible, you are driving on the autopista and there is nothing but arid land all around you. All of a sudden, you see this golden city in the distance. It is truly a marvelous sight!
Our hotel was downhill from the center of the city, and we walked across this …
... Dad was typically whiny about all this, especially after the squid for entrees tasted a bit dungy. I had veal chop with garnish, although it looked and tasted more like a steak, but was surprisingly good. We then headed into the Plaza after dinner for a drink at a bar and to watch the lovely, illuminated square. We stayed for about an hour before heading back to the room and going to bed. I will see you tomorrow in Guarda, Portugal. See you then from a different country, bye for ...
... said "dit is 'n geween en gekners van tande." By now I have learned my lesson, do not ask the old people they do not understand. I finally found a younger man to ask direction, but surprisingly he could only speak French. My french does not include a lot more that Jetaime and Wi (I am sure this is spelled incorrectly.) At least he understood Almeida, and I could figure out turn right, and go 8 km. While I was out hunting for directions Johan tried putting the ...
... grey, a pair of black pants, two pairs of heels (10 Euros each!), but the best buy of all was a coat. I have been searching for a nicer-looking coat for ages and I finally found it. So I’m happy. Everything I bought was on rebaja and suuuuuper cheap. Then I went out for tapas with the ladies and drank sangria. I’d say it was a very successful ...
... and let us get a good look.
I think I shall have to accept that my shin needs a rest. After 15km we passed a sign to Miranda de Azán and, with Salamanca already visible, decided to take the bus for the last 10km. Paco has a painful heel, so we hobbled into the village fairly slowly. We passed a pleasant hour and a half in a bar where my education continued, then got the bus to Salamanca.
Gilles and I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility