Hotel Ibb Recoletos Coco Salamanca
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... the new cathedral (built in the 16th century). The University of Salamanca was founded in 1134. This makes it the oldest university in Spain and the fourth oldest continuous operating university in Europe. We stopped in the university store, mostly to get out of the heat but Jim saw a line print of the University of Salamanca that caught his eye. I convinced him to make the purchase and hang the print next to the Oxford University print he purchased over ...
... Spanish TV series that I started to help me understand better and hopefully learn more words. It is called "Aquí no hay quién viva." Our internet was out for a bit today so we just sat in the living room and talked. By the time it was back on, Montse left for her meeting and didn't get home until late so we didn't eat until around 10:30. For dinner we had my favorite soup, and merluza (hake) and I loved it. Now I am going to skype with Jeler then bedtime for me! Bye!
... for lunch and dinner. The grapes here are huge and they are probably some of the best grapes I have ever had. There was a soccer game on at dinner on tv, and Montse was going crazy yelling at Messi since she doesn't like Barcelona. I thought it was pretty funny. Pedro was home for dinner tonight too. He finally wasn't playing basketball. Now I am sitting in the room writing my blog and maybe I'll do my homework tonight or maybe I will save it for tomorrow. Bye!
... stayed in with malcolm a few years back but couldn't find it so I sat in a bar and googled hotels with a pool in Salamanca .( I desperately wanted to swim and soak in the pool ) I eventually found one on Google but it was outside the town so I got back on Derek and made my way put of town to the 4 star establishment called the Horus , and guess what ....... The pool was closed ! I didn't have the energy to cycle on so I checked in anyway! 53 euros with breakfast ...
... morning. It was if the hypnotist, Paul McKenna, had entered my room, put his hand on my shoulder and said, sleep. Sleep I did! It was the trip catching up with me, well needed though. When I got up I felt totally recharged, I chatted to Mario over orange juice and coffee, packed and headed out for the Duero Valley.
The Duero Valley was as good as the reviews on trip adviser had said it would be. It was like going back to the stone age ...