Hotel Alameda Palace
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Last night we had the meet and greet for the bus tour. Rochelle was very dismayed when she saw that they were all much older than us - but at least we won't have to worry about keeping up with them. In the morning, Toni our guide took us to a factory shop which made (and sold, surprise, surprise) delicate gold-inlay pieces. They were very nice, but …
... my top six European locations (along with Lake Como, Venice, Noyers-Sur-Serein, Oxford and Kilkenny). Everything about Salamanca is just so appealing and interesting to everybody. As Dennis Denuto from The Castle once said, "It's just the vibe of the thing", and I reckon this applies to Salamanca, good in a hard to describe sort of way. The Spanish cathedrals make for great photographs, as well as the Plaza Mayor, the university and the old cars we saw along the way.
... bleeps later, oh well it will be a prison sentence soon!
The usual hunt for accommodation ensued with Tom, my interpreter at my side and a tourist information map to hand. Budget hostel €45, 3 star hotel with tiny room next to square €50, 4 star hotel €56 with 4 star buffet breakfast, 5 star hotel €243 with breakfast......mmmm lets try 4 star today.......oooooo Jacuzzi bath.........yummy breakfast. 4 star look in Madrid ...
... for a little. I got home fine because I only live about five minutes from the plaza, but I found out this morning that the girls were lost for about two hours. I already blend better than those Americans. That's about all I got for now, classes start on Tuesday and my dinner is almost ready. Sunday night dinners are the most important and Luz is preparing a famous type of pig that is very expensive and popular in Salamanca. ...
... the second highest bar per inhabitant ratio in Europe.
2. Its most famous, typical gastronomic delight is cochinillo (pork belly).
3. Christopher Columbus lectured at USalamanca about his frolicking detours in America, and Ignatius Loyola is the university's most well-known alumnus.
4. Salamanca was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its impeccably well-preserved medieval, Gothic architecture.
We had a ...
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