Hotel Castellano I

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

And the tour commences

A travel blog entry by pincony on Sep 07, 2015

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... arrived Montana and Susana were battling bag logistics. Tight but In the end all bags are in the back row of seats are full of bags and there a few including mine at the front of the bus. Another good road trip along another well maintained freeway "autotiva" with scenery changing from open plains to quite hilly terrain. Farming mainly sheep and cattle, none of vines so visible on the drive to Seville. Our first stop was the town ...

The Rain in Spain Falls Mainly in Salamanca!

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Nov 08, 2014

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... most of the Iberian Peninsula’s historical markers. Hannibal was here in the 3rd century BC, subduing the local Celt-Iberians with his Carthaginian army and frightening troop of elephants en route to Italy. The Romans, who called the city Helmantica, immortalized their era of dominance in the 1st century AD with one of their trademark arched bridges, a waypoint along of our walk. Later, the Islamic ...

Last Thursday of week two

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 09, 2014

... tapas tour because Sam and Alex were hungry. I just had tinto de verano and water from a glass bottle, which was different. Around 8:30 we came home and waited for dinner. For dinner we had mixed vegetables again, along with chicken nuggets and fish sticks. I was excited for the kiwi again! Now I have just been chilling, kinda tired, need to finish planning Málaga, and maybe I will do a little homework if I feel like it. ...

Tuesday week 2

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 15, 2014

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... for her. The convent is one where the nuns do not speak, nor do they leave the convent. They are self sufficient and they have one nun that is allowed to talk to visitors. Amazing! Our last stop was in the Plaza. Unfortunately the whole tour was in Spanish, so I didn't learn as much as I hoped, but what I did learn was great. Most of the group went and had a drink in the plaza, the we wandered closer ...

Estamos aqui

A travel blog entry by lmanalas on Jun 20, 2014

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... more at least.

Not a whole lot has changed since the last time we were here. We still get to enjoy our pincho morunos at the same place in Barrio Van Dyck, wine and food is still dirt cheap, and I'm pretty certain that Spanish dudes are still creepers. There's a guy that works at 100 Montaditos that I recognized who did some pretty hard creeping on Kesley when she visited us here in 2011.
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