Hotel Mozarbez Salamanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mozarbez Salamanca
Great location; really helpful, friendly and caring hosts; great food (the suckling pig was easily the best piece of meat I have ever eaten)....and ridiculously cheap prices. What more could you ask?
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So, we are have finally got to our overnight stay in Mozarbez, just outside of Salamanca in Spain, and so far it has exceeded my expectations. The location is what you'd describe as 'off the beaten path', but close enough to motorways to find easily, and it has all of the comforts demanded of a 21st century family - family rooms, a play area for …
... time we arrived were dashed. Midday before coffee then - sad faces momentarily. Find the trail out of town and we're off. We'll find a place to sit and have some food we carry for brekky after sun up.
It's cccccccccccccold this morning. Check it - Yep - 4 freaking degrees no wonder we stopped to put on the ninja gear to keep going! You can sometimes be a little chilled and soon warm once going, so hesitate to get 'over dressed', but the stop to add some ...
... even the natives! Yet, when you understand a particularly difficult topic or a teacher who has a strong accent, it is the best feeling. 4) Homesickness After two years of going to university in England 300 miles away from family I thought I was pretty accustomed to living away from home. But living in a different country is a totally different story. Not only are you living thousands of miles away from friends and family, you are also thousands of miles away from your culture and ...
... my camera on the pavement and have damaged the electronics so it won't work anymore- will have to resort to iPhone & iPad photos for time being!! After lunch, we then drove back north to Salamanca. We are staying in a gorgeous hotel- the Alameda Palace - with lots of antique furniture, marble floors and bathrooms and large gold mirrors gracing the walls. A touch of class after our slightly disappointing Madrid ...
... voice, the resulting noise would have echoed through every cavernous nook and excessive cranny filling the whole cathedral with an ambience most (or almost) divine.
I did take special note of the chapel highlighting my recent fav - namely, Santa Teresa (though she was the second-fiddle of a double-feature billing chapel with I think Saint Peter?). I later read that Santa Teresa had in fact rallied against the displays of wanton excess of some of her religious peers ...