VII Centurias

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

And Sleep....

A travel blog entry by mistere on Jun 09, 2014

4 comments, 30 photos

... I stopped for a light lunch. I was pretty fresh when I reached the outskirts of Salamanca now all I had to do was to find where I was staying.

I was told about AirBnB by Bob and Sini and had joined the website when I was with them. I had looked at various opportunities to stay and decided to take the plunge in Salamanca. I had booked to stay with a guy named Mario just outside of the centre of town. With the aid of my Iphone I found ...

Back to Spain

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Oct 11, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

... façade decorated with lots of stone shells and remarkable iron grilles over the windows. A bit further down the road is Salamancas University, it was founded in 1218 and they claim it to be Europe's third oldest University after Bologna and Paris. The University building has an ornate plateresque façade with a frog hidden amongst all the figures and the challenge is to find the frog.


Do you really know where you’re going Billy?

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on May 25, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... that had been issued automatically and headed off. At the next one we paid someone, got off the highway, seemed to do u-turn to get back on to it at the same place and immediately paid another toll. Not sure Billy got this right! Then there was the final toll booth where we were just asked for more money. In total we paid 20 euros. May try to avoid these in future but having said that the highway was of course excellent and with a 120 ...

The Buzz in Salamanca

A travel blog entry by janaeinspain on Jul 26, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... I’ve been here. All the forecasts were predicting a "storm" – turns out in Spain, a storm means “a light downpour.” It was hilarious to see everyone running for cover when it was only sprinkling.

Yesterday Mariló did my laundry for me while I was at school. I was only gone 4 to 5 hours, during which time she washed everything and hung it outside to dry – when I got home ...

My first fall

A travel blog entry by embeau on Jan 13, 2012

... fields called Salas Bajas. It’s a large area filled with soccer and rugby fields, tennis and basketball courts, there’s even a running track. It was nice to see some other runners out and about because to be honest they are pretty scarce around here. Then I ran over to and across the famous Puente Romano back into Salamanca. Then I finished running the not so large circle around the central part of the ...