Hotel Palacio de San Esteban
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... guide in the Plaza Mayor of this magnificent and ancient university town. A wonderful tour through bits of the university as well as seeing the cathedral and the so called shell house. A local chorizo sandwich followed by churros and chocolate kept us warm and toasty on this windy and 45 degree F day. The ride back features the story of the stork named Joanna and the pigs that produce the special ham so loved by ...
... On the common ground. They are allowed to use public open space to graze the animals here. This is the equivalently of grazing your sheep on the green grass at the changeover area of the Mitchell and Kwinana freeways! Perth people will get that!
Both tired and hungry when we arrived. See sign for tourist office - but that's all - one sign and no tourist office. See sign pointing Albergue but like the tourist office....nothing more. We need to ...
... other way to walk through the park again but we just came back here. Jackie left around 8:45 pm for dinner at her house. It was just me here for dinner since Sam and Alex went on the tapas tour. For dinner, Montse made me chicken nuggets and french fries! Since I didn't want to go on the tapas tour, Jackie and I went to meet a bunch of intercambios from the website. Beforehand, the guy emailed me with a pdf and an organized topic/groups of questions. It took place ...
We passed briefly through the village of San Ildefonso which seemed worthy of a longer stop though time did not permit. I later read this is the site of the splendid palace of La Granja, built for Philip V in the early 1700's - maybe a longer stay next time.
Although I'd been most keen to visit Segovia, my reading seemed to suggest the place had little attraction other than the aqueduct so I had formed a picture of a small non-descript village with not ...
... I thought that would be the end of it but no, more stress was to come. After getting a taxi from Salamanca bus station to the hostel, we discovered that the hostel was in fact closed for the night. Fantastic. However, our taxi driver managed to ring the owner and get him to come out and let us in. What a lifesaver. So 16 hours after leaving home and a whole lot of stress and broken spanish later I finally arrived in Salamanca. I've now been ...