Hotel Castellano I

Av. Portugal 29, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37003, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

Estamos aqui

A travel blog entry by lmanalas on Jun 20, 2014

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... about my diminished level of Spanish, but meeting with Maribel proved to be really helpful. She doesn't speak to us as fast as the rest of the Spaniards here, she's still patient when we stutter or try to think of vocabulary. I could tell that she enjoyed practicing her English with us too! I now feel like Louisa is relying on me to be the only one to do the talking while we're here, until ...

My average day

A travel blog entry by colinward on Feb 14, 2013

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... to be so jealous when I tell them that I had hamburgers for dinner muhahaha.

If it is a night that I go out, then I usually leave around midnight. I still don't know why they wait until it is so late. But anyways, last night was the last night of Carnaval. Carnaval has been going on since before the weekend and the bullfight that I went to was part of the Carnaval celebrations. It was also one of my friends' birthdays, so I had no ...

The Bush

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Oct 19, 2012

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... to it and the chocolate muffin was worth it alone.

Ramon Alvarez seemed to be the big cheese here... streets and squares and statues dedicated to him. Apparently he was born in 1825 and became a famous sculptor and restorer of art works in the city.

Onwards to Salamanca!
It was about 4.30pm when we arrived, so we dumped the bags and went for a wander round the town. A university town, there are lots of students everywhere and many of the old ...

Last stop Salamanca, then back to Madrid!

A travel blog entry by dvacation on Jul 20, 2011

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... 8217;s beauty and experience the relaxing effect on the soul. Looking for tapas, we head to Plaza Mayor. This plaza and the buildings along the perimeter with hundreds of Spanish windows and balconies were featured in Vantage Point movie starring Dennis Quaid. We sit at an open door restaurant and watch life goes by. As the moon is reaching its zenith, college students

Santander y más Salamanca

A travel blog entry by celestemarie on Jul 19, 2011

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... we had met earlier on! Yesterday, we went to la oficina verde and rented bikes for 1 euro per day (ten days total) from a very friendly silver-fox type spanish biker who just happens to be bilingual. He was very trusting and let us walk right off without paying the deposit for the bike because we didn't have enough cash on us. We came back today to pay and we got to talk to our biker friend a bit more. We are meeting up with him Thursday ...