Hostal Conde David

Avenida de Italia, 60-62, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37006, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida de Italia, 60-62, Salamanca, is near Universidad de Salamanca, Casa de las Conchas, Clerecia (Iglesia del Espiritu Santo), and Palacio de Monterrey.
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

‘Bon Dia!’ Portugal, ‘Hola!̶

A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa on Jun 26, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... 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 ...

Mis padres en España (My parents in Spain)

A travel blog entry by colinward on Mar 27, 2013

6 photos

... was. We hopped in line and realized that the people were kissing his heal once they got up to 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 ...

The Bush

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Oct 19, 2012

47 photos

... wires; and it seemed that we were back on a road to Santiago! All roads lead not to Rome, here, but to Santiago, although we saw almost no plodders on this route.

They build their huge nests on the top of electricity pylons... each one had a nest perched right at the very top. Clever stuff, as they do not get blown away in the high winds.
Some had built their nests on the top of churches, or in campaniles.
Maybe these were the ...

Santander y más Salamanca

A travel blog entry by celestemarie on Jul 19, 2011

6 photos

... because life stops on sundays in Spain) so we stopped by a mercado to make some bocadillos to-go and walked the bike path a mile or so out of town. We stopped and had a picnic with some no-so-friendly ants and talked non-stop. We connected, and understood each other...this is the type of friendship I think we both needed at this point in our travels. I can talk to her about anything and practice my Spanish with her without feeling embarrassed. ...

Tales of the Broke and Bougie

A travel blog entry by shalonda.p on Jun 08, 2011

Since it's been a week since my last entry, I have a lot to catch up on. The majority of our week has been filled with class, tours, and a few evening adventures. Our tours of Segovia and Avila were definitely mindblowing for me. As I was touring and taking pictures in the Alcazar in Segovia, in the back of my mind, I started to get bored. I started to think, "this is just another old building, in another city ...