Hotel Palacio de San Esteban
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... has the first) established in the 12th century (1134). It also has a huge square, once used for bullfighting.
I thought Salamanca had lots of character. The centuries old buildings are made from a kind of sandstone we haven't seen before and most of them are beautifully preserved and maintained. We managed to spot the frog hidden amongst the stonework on one old building and we saw the astronaut ...
... this time and then we all went out together. We only went to two bars all night long and never went to the club. We just went to Bender and Paniagua. We ran into Miguel at Bender and there were a good amount of people dressed up for Halloween still. Him and his friends were all dressed como vacas del infierno and it was funny. We had a good night out and next weekend I am going to watch Real Madrid!!!!
The only exciting thing for Sunday was that I had ...
Not a very eventful day. My memory is already going because everything is just running together! I don't remember what we had for lunch on Saturday. But shortly after then, all of the girls went out shopping in la plaza. I bought a pair of maroon skinny jeans at this store called Berksha. Clothing here is so cheap. We were out walking around town until about 8 until it was time to come home and wait for dinner. For dinner, we had tortillas ...
The kms passed quickly along this top quality section of road passing close to but not through numerous small villages scattered around the largely broad-acre cropping countryside - though today we saw mostly a flat and harsh landscape with stubble of wheat left from recent harvest. Each village would first appear as a protuberance on the horizon before realising this was a church tower of some description. As we approached, what became more visible was a ...
... the old one was looking a bit dated. It was built between the 12th and 14th century, perhaps too Romanesque for their liking) it was common practice to pull down the old buildings. Someone with some sense argued the point that they should keep the old one until the other was completed. It was a good decision as the new one took 200 years to build.
As they are attached, it is easy to compare the ...