Hotel Ibb Recoletos Coco Salamanca
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... steps for the day meaning we've walked our daily minimum and at least 15km. A rest day.
Walking back into the old city we trip over a vegetarian restaurant - it's open - closes at 6 - it's only 4:30 - stuff it early dinner! To DIE for in short words. The best meal I've had in ages!
Off to the supermarket to restock cheese and biscuits - we have discovered these 'mini' (not really, they call them that) toasts that have been done with olive oil, oregano ...
... The way they wrote was just absolutely cool. It was so interesting to see all the different symbols and pieces that they wore on their clothes as well. When I came I just rested a little bit until dinner. For dinner we had my favorite soup with the little noodles and fish that didn't have a spine, I forget the name but they were really good. Tomorrow is finally the weekend! I am gonna study during the day, then go out tomorrow night! Adiós!
... my birthday but also 3 weeks in Spain. Then the not so great part of my birthday, at 10am off we went to a welcome meeting at uni which turned out to be not so helpful.Great thanks for ruining my lie-in guys. BUT this was then followed by a trip to Valor for birthday churros con chocolate, yum yum, so that kind of made up for having to wake up at 7 on my 21st, only just though :p. After indulging in way too much chocolate we came back to ...
... and bars. We visited two. We had a beer at the first and a "brochette" of some sort of meat. We then went to another place and had a glass of wine and had a tapas each of "patatas panaderas" ( thickly sliced roasted potatoes topped with a fried egg and a yummy chorizo sausage and some bread). That was more than enough for me but John couldn't resist a tapas of cheese and ...
... the key to Dominic's cave, a place where Dominic came to meet with the community members who had been sent to Segovia. What I liked about this little spot was the wooden image of Dominic, which is said to be a good likeness of him. Apparently, that comment dates back to a certain Theresa who had met Dominic and seen this image. I felt relieved when I looked at the image, that he looked to me likeable, intelligent and strong. Maybe I was reading too much in to it, but there you go. That was ...