Abba Fonseca Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca
... hectare of paddocks recently cut for hay and crops struggling in the heat. The land looks very parched and brown although occasionally we did see some field being irrigated. I have yet to see a round bale of hay in Spain. They seem to prefer the old rectangular shape.
We arrived at Salamanca about 2, found our hotel and did our orientation walk. Salamanca has the second oldest university in ...
... She left us the pumpkin soup on the table and beef stew, wasn't bad but I don't like the pumpkin soup that she has been making. During most of the day Saturday, I studied and focused on what I need to know for my exams, with the exception of not knowing el presente perfecto y el pluscuamperfecto. Montse got home around 8:30 pm and we didn't have a big dinner. We only had the noodle soup and pork sausage. By the time we went out I was hungry again. Berna came ...
... place we went was a carnercerķa which is different meets hanging from the wall. There I had un copa de vino rojo and bread with ham. This was the last place we went all together as a group and hung out. I got to talk to people from different parts of the world which was pretty awesome. I am surprised at how many people speak English here, even if they are from another country! We got home shortly after midnight and I have class from 9-1. Hasta ...
... but soon found our way onto the more-travelled route and once we reconnected with the main access road from Madrid to Salamanca we were able to unleashthe power of the Audi . The speed limit along the top-quality dual highway (autovia) was 120clicks but at this speed, I was being passed frequently. Based on the principle that "when in Rome (or former roman territories), do as the Romans do (or would have if they had access to suitable horse-power)", I joined the throng, ...
... two stork nests in the bell tower. Remember from a previous post that the Spaniards kill bulls but protect stork nests? To protect the bell tower, the city has built iron nest shapes underneath the nests because they weigh one tonne or more.
The city has an old and a "new" cathedral attached to each other. An odd phenomena and perhaps the only one of its type. When the powers that be decided to build the ...