No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Salamanca
So it Begins
For the Sake
God's sense of humor or direction is amazing; for I begin the end of this leg of my Pilgrimage into the world by meeting my favorite …
... Dad was typically whiny about all this, especially after the squid for entrees tasted a bit dungy. I had veal chop with garnish, although it looked and tasted more like a steak, but was surprisingly good. We then headed into the Plaza after dinner for a drink at a bar and to watch the lovely, illuminated square. We stayed for about an hour before heading back to the room and going to bed. I will see you tomorrow in Guarda, Portugal. See you then from a different country, bye for ...
... the church Fave photo: Cathedral towering over the river Funny moment: walking along the Tórmes river, i heard someone calling out. It took a moment for me to realise that a jogger was calling out to me: "Vienes a correr!" over and over and beckoning me. Being very similar to the Italian, I understood that he wanted me to come run with him. He slowed down to run alongside me for a while and I had to say no about 6 times before he finally gave ...
... front of their tight pants.
We left the show early because Emile had to use the washroom and unlike the woman sitting in front of him, he would prefer to use a toilet instead of peeing on the stands and on the feet on those around her. Yeah you heard me! A drunk girl peed on Emile's foot in the stands. How you may ask? Well she decided to casually pull down her tights (since she wore a skirt) and relieved herself without annnybody noticing of course *eye ...
... what they would be doing for the weekend (the peak of the celebration). Yesterday we decided to go and view an up and coming group of contemporary acrobats and dancers. The group, from the Republic of Guinea, went by the name of Cirque Mandinque and previewed their latest show "Forte Fore". The show combined powerful African rhythms, chants, dances, ...