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Salamanca sem dúvida foi um dos pontos altos da viagem. O tempo ajudou bastante com céu azul todos os dias e é claro, a cidade é fantástica. Há uma uniformidade e uma magnitude nas construcões quando comparada as cidades da idade média. A cor tambem é algo marcante. Fachadas decoradas, uma catedral que merece ser explorada em todos os aspectos ( …
... a cheap yet fun tapas place for a solid meal and then our plan was to walk around the lit up city since it had been absolutely breathtaking on our bus ride. Unfortunately we ended up talking to a few americans and their friends in the restaurant and by the time we came out which was a little past midnight all the lights were turned off.
Instead we decided to check out the pubs in the area. Salamanca is a college town which is famous for its night life. ...
... zone, so no traffic noise tonight. Having found a parking space about a mile distant, we returned to the Hostal Escala Luna where the friendly guy on the desk explained what to see and marked it all on a map. We set out on an orienting tour of the city and were thrilled by what we saw. It has massive public buildings, all in the same rose coloured sandstone and two cathedrals. Rather like Rome it has squares and churches a plenty. Everywhere is so ...
... mimosa Sunday buzzed, I'm talking eyes-closed, stumbling around with vomit on their shirts. And THESE are the people running with the bulls?? My excitement level immediately shot up. I needed to see this.
We grabbed our seats in the stands fairly early, because despite the fact that the first bull show wasn't starting for an hour, there was definitely a show to been seen. This Festival del Toro must be the biggest thing to happen to this little town and ...
... students used to kill bulls in these plazas and then graffiti their names with toro blood. I love the free springtime concerts that you'll find in all the little plazas. And how the sky is brightly lit up until 10:30 in the evening. And finally, I love how this city set up a hot air balloon in the middle of the Plaza Mayor and everyone watched as the locals took turns bobbing up and down, the balloon's fire propelling ...
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