VII Centurias

Address: 4 10 Salamanca, Salamanca, Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca


A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Dec 09, 2014


... but it seemed a bit extreme. We had a glass of wine together that evening and jokingly said that we have no plans for the year. In fact we did not even have maps, a fact that we now regretted as it seems to take the carefree approach a bit far. They promptly gave us their brand new 2014 AA Road Atlas of Europe. The kindness of strangers that we will probably never see again!

We went with the bus to Salamanco. During ...

Just another Wednesday

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 15, 2014

... lunch, so I had to eat some more kiwi. After lunch was done, I came in and worked on my homework for a while. Around 6:30 pm, I met Berna (my new German friend) under the clock to go shopping and walk around until Alex was done with class. She is such a nice girl and she just got here two days ago, so hopefully we will become good friends. It was interesting to find out about some of the differences between the US and Germany or ...

Muy Ocupada

A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Jul 04, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... my new friends!
5) learning to adapt to new cultures/languages

Things I miss about home...
1) My mommy and family
2) food that isn't fried or potatoes...
3) the fact that I can eat what I want instead of whatever someone puts on my plate (THEY EAT SO MUCH FOOD HERE) I'm going to come back very fat.
4) Not getting hit on by every single man/boy/old man possible

Oh! And also, I got ...

Off to Segovia and Salamanca

A travel blog entry by joarmour on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

This morning we left Madrid and travelled to the UNESCO World Heritage city of Segovia. The most striking monument here is a completely intact Roman aqueduct, apparently the best preserved in the world. There is not a drop of mortar or concrete used. It relies solely on the stone arches for its support and stands as good as the day it was built. Trojan I think was responsible! How good were the Roman builders! A walk up the street took us to a convent of enclosed Dominicans who provided ...

Beautiful Medieval Hilltop Towns

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Nov 06, 2013

25 photos

... UNESCO list for its heritage, culture and history; much of what has been influenced by the existence of three major religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam - in a multicultural medieval melting pot! You can get lost in these streets far too easily and the term "up hill both ways" has never seemed more accurate. Situated in a horseshoe in the Tagus River, the town towers above anything else in the near vicinity. From afar you can see the two ...