Hotel Dona Brigida
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca
... of Salamanca, founded in pre-Roman times (B.C.) by Celtic tribes. We found the hotel and parking garage without too much difficulty – all these old towns have so many one-ways that one gets completely turned around!
It was a beautiful evening. We strolled to the gorgeous Golden Plaza Major round the corner and joined the throngs for al fresco dinner, wine, coffee and conversation while watching soccer on huge TV screens dotted around the ...
So my average day starts off with me entering the tiny shower that makes me feel like a giant. Then I go into the kitchen where Luz is waiting to talk to me and watch me eat. She doesn't work until 4pm each day so she goes to the café with her friends or goes to the gym...but you know she'll be home for those meals! Then I go to class at 9am, Monday through Thursday. Waking up is sometimes hard because it is common to be out at night until ...
... the old town. We squeezed through a very narrow archway in an old wall, and hey presto, there we were! There was a large old church in the centre of the main square, with cafes and bars under the archways all around the perimeter.
We chose Cafe Marlene which looked interesting... all decked out in black and white art deco, with posters of Hollywood greats on the walls, gold mirrors and TVs showing old Hollywood film stars. A good choice, it had an ...
... minus the gardens and overall size, of course. The only downside was the lack of any sort of air conditioning the 100 degree heat. The only thing i could think about was "how in the world did the royal families survive the summers in their extravagant, heavy clothing??"
Afterwards, Madelena, Laila, Kat, Carlo, and I made a detour to the Don Quijote statue nearby and became extremely dehydrated on our long way back to the hotel. ...
... it would be cliched, magical. In the middle of the garden was a well where couples put locks on to symbolise their relationship lasting forever. It was one of those moments when you realised you are away with your mum and not your boyfriend!
My other magical moment was when mum and I climbed to the top of the main Cathedral in Salamanca. It was a beautiful sunny day and there was no one up there. From the Street below a spanish guitarist was playing and ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center