Balneario de Ledesma

Address: Banos de Ledesma, Ledesma, Province of Salamanca, Castile and Leon, 37115, Spain | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by on Apr 18, 2015

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I had an awful sleep last night. I think it was about 3am when two drunk Italians came back to the room and made so much noise. I half woke up and one of them decided to introduce himself to me and shake my hand. Extremely annoyed when I woke up at 8 I noticed they were sleeping like babies, so I had absolutely no problem rustling through all my plastic bags while opening and closing ...

Return to Spanish life

A travel blog entry by amyhill18 on Feb 02, 2015

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... Yet here in Spain, the atmosphere and the rules of the exam seem to very much depend on the lecturer. The students are allowed to leave bags on the floor under the chairs, have coats on on their laps and are not read a huge list of exam regulations or told to switch off their phones. I have been to exams that were conducted in complete silence, to exams where students were whispering to each other and to other exams where we have been allowed to use ...

Into Spain

A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Oct 26, 2014

3 comments, 28 photos

... was selected, forked and savoured. She was doing one olive every five minutes. Excruciating.. After 30 minutes, the waiter is restless, and brings out a her main of wagu beef and local vegetables. She takes another olive. A fat seagull has observed the progress of her meal from the balcony rail. The waiter sees it, and shoos it away. She eats an olive, sips the wine, and pokes at a thin green bean, then the meat. She has wine. She sips. Then suddenly the seagull makes ...

Starting to Think in Spanish

A travel blog entry by dave.and.mj on Sep 19, 2014

1 comment

-- First time walking to class, in the rain no less
-- Lunch at an amazing restaurant with Ross. Enormous servings. Learned the phrase "quiero esta para llevar," in lieu of "tienes bolsas para el perro?" The Spanish are ...

Day Five (Opening up the Audi)

A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 05, 2014

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... to travel from Madrid to Segovia and not being of especially sound mind, I opted for the route probably less travelled by anyone seeking the most direct route from our starting place to the other. Mind you, the route we took was most spectacular as we traversed over Sierra de Guardarrama - a mountainous region north of Madrid. We were initially unsure if the route was traversable coz it seems even the Google Street Cam vehicle hasn't yet travelled these roads (much to ...