Pinzones, 2, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

The trip of BACK and FORTH - Salmanca and Madrid

A travel blog entry by amyryush


... the weather wasn't warmer outside the sun felt so nice.

We then proceeded towards the tower. I had climbed many cathedral towers in Valencia and Seville especially but this one was special in that they let you out mid way so that you could more closely observe the exterior of the towers and the roofs. The intricate decorations of the roof and towers were just unbelievable. Why did people put so much effort into something that back in the day people ...

It's just, the vibe of the thing

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35


... local café type place, and I had to force down a toasted croissant, which was alright but would've been better served as is in my opinion. After our traditional tidy up and packing, we got in the car and programmed the GPS to take us to Salamanca, 110 kilometres away.

Salamanca is a town famous for it's stunning Plaza Mayor, it's wonderful old baroque cathedrals, and it's genuine 18th century charm. We were lucky to be on the freeway for 100 kilometres of our journey, and ...

Drag Show at the Bull Fight!

A travel blog entry by caitlin_hines


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We spent the break between shows walking around the actual carnival portion of the event which is basically local fair rides surrounding by outdoor bars. We order two drinks and a plate of food for 3 euros. It was a cheap day.

The next show was with real matadors, which we were not expecting at all. We thought it was all amateur. I used my extreme zoom lens to capture a ton of pictures and that zoom lens taught me a few things about the Spanish ...

Cirque Mandingue

A travel blog entry by quin.k.felton


This week in class, we spent a good amount of time discussing and for some, learning to discuss the things that were taking place in and around the city. Since this week marks the celebration of San Juan of Sahagun, a patron in Salamanca, most instructors were interested in what performances students would be attending, what they thought of the performances thus ...

Saint John of the Cross & I...

A travel blog entry by pilgrimthomas


... love, so that all that is human in the soul may become divine."

Segovia - (where his uncorrupted body is ...

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