Hostal Goya

Address: Paseo Carmelitas 58 - 10, Salamanca, Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paseo Carmelitas 58 - 10, Salamanca, is near Universidad de Salamanca, Casa de las Conchas, Clerecia (Iglesia del Espiritu Santo), and Palacio de Monterrey.
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    I would walk 500 miles

    A travel blog entry by on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... across a local goods market. A couple of stalls looked like they had just come back from India and Nepal. I wasn't really interested as I know how much you can buy those things for, but it was a nice flash back. The rest of the day I just walked and ate (then napped again) then waited until it was dark to have dinner as I wanted to see the streets all lit up. The sun didn't set until 9.30pm though (it must be on Spanish time) so I found a restaurant ...

    I haven't blogged all weekend

    A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 26, 2014

    ... but so fun. Fooseball in bars is also very common, so I played that as well. After that was all said and done, we ended up at Kandhavia for some dancing! It was a fun night altogether.

    I woke up and had the grossest lunch ever, it tasted like dog food. It was some sort of bean soup and what I thought were meatballs, but I think it was goat and some other kind of meet. Saturday during the day I worked on my presentation some more and ...

    Orientation Day

    A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Sep 23, 2014

    ... but the toilets are different. There is a knob on top of the toilet that you pull up and push down to control the flush. There is no mirror in my room, except the little travel one i brought. How is a girl supposed to get ready without a mirror? After we were almost ready, we played with Rodrigo (el nieto de Montse) until lunch was ready. For lunch we had arroz with a fried egg on top surrounding the dish with links of pork sausage. Of course we had ...

    Tuesday week 2

    A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... cathedral. Found a restaurant and had dinner. We had rations, which are platters to share. It was very, very yummy. The steak took a while to come out but when it did, it was massive! Couldn't believe they served that much meat. After dinner, Jan, Libby, Chantal and I wandered back to the residence and it was bedtime! Sleeping with the window wide open and the screen down enough so I still get some ...


    A travel blog entry by maya1991ll on Jul 04, 2013

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    ... that the town was more quiet, because every student had gone away for the holidays. However Salamanca is famous for its student nights, because during University terms, Salamanca becomes a student town. It's a shame I couldn't stay here for longer or came earlier to experience these famous nights, but the night was still full of life when I went and even in the day you might not see many students, but you do see a fair amount of tourist.

    The town itself ...