Hostal Plaza Mayor
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Our walk route traced a line across the Baroque-style Plaza Mayor (Main Square), one of Spain’s loveliest, then wound through buildings of the university and around the oddly conjoined New Cathedral (16th century) and Old Cathedral (12th century). A crowd is ever-present before the stately doors of the university, not as much to admire the amazingly detailed sandstone relief work as to search ...
... for almost an hour. After that, we went back to the place where everything on the menu is one euro on Wednedays and Sundays, although I cannot remember the name of it. I walked home around 7:30 pm and it was still raining. Until dinner, I worked on more homework. For dinner, we had the soup that I really like and cheese omelettes with a salad. Now we are going to look up travel stuff and plan out the rest of our time ...
... again because she's seriously hilarious.
Our first week in Salamanca has been a lot of chilling, really nice compared to the first few days of running around constantly on this continent. We woke up at 10:30ish today, which was probably the earliest we've woke up since settling into our apartment. I suppose we're still jet lagged. It'll get old quick though, there are many places in the city and region I'm anxious to see.
... with what they do to others! The tour of the old university was much better. It is quite amazing to be standing in a lecture hall and imagining the students in the 1500s. What would the lecturer have been saying? Many of the rooms are still in use today although not for ordinary lectures but more for special events. One small room that I don't think is used today had very narrow uncomfortable looking wooden seats and desks. Students had ...
... of the assistants at the hotel recommended a nice restaurant for us. A waiter seated us underground where there were medieval decorations and brick walls. My mom and I shared a paella that was muy delicioso. Toward the end of the meal I said that we should go to a bar and take a shot or two, but my dad said, "Buying you shots is my limit." About five minutes later, the waiter brought out a complimentary bottle with three shot glasses. Thanks for the shots, ...