Catalonia Plaza Mayor Salamanca
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... and I was interested to study the various sea-routes they explored and the places they established settlements.
A preschool is situated in the theme park and the children were having playtime while we were there. A beautiful porcelain tile mural adorns the entrance to the preschool.
From Coimbra we drove through Viseu, center of the Dao Wine Industry. The Dao refers to an upland plateau shielded by mountain ranges and consisting of ...
... was. We hopped in line and realized that the people were kissing his heal once they got up to him...so my parents and I kissed his heel too haha. We assumed it was something good.
After a weekend in Sevilla we went to Madrid, where I only stayed for one night. My parents had a few days in Madrid before going home. The hotel was pretty nice and it was right next to Nike Madrid. My mom didn't ask for a second bed so I slept in the tub. That ...
... of the tours I went on during the 2 weeks.
Beyond studying the school also gave me an opportunity to meet some really great people. So a shout out goes to my new German, English and African friends. We enjoyed some rather extended nights out where I discovered the prices of the drinks here, 1.50 euro for a glass of wine which comes with tapas too, makes sydney's prices look criminal.
During my time there I am slightly ashamed to admit that I mostly ate ...
... from outside.
Sooner or later, you will find yourself in the Plaza Mayor, along with half the population of Salamanca. Fortunately, the mid-18th-century square was built on a colossal scale, so there's more than enough room for everyone. Pause for coffee at whichever café terrace is bathed in sunlight (spring) or in the shade (summer). You can spend hours people-watching from your chosen vantage point, but give at least some of your ...
... They do their thing and he's carried out of there, dragged by a makeshift hearse: the bull attached with rope by his horns and two horses. It was a sight to see. After long, we had had enough. We left after the fourth bull was killed and the fifth one had come out. Needless to say, they continued to increase in size. God only knows how big the last one was.
Though gruesome in its nature, and though I would prefer that they not kill the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility