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 …
... over or under them and I'm sure that's where we stacked on the distance as they were never under 400m to get around and they were endless! I think the distance was given as crow flies and the map bore this out - that's of course if you believe the map!
The things that gave us some 'oh shiny' moments today were a local collecting snails, bunches of caterpillars huddled to keep warm and when the sun did come out they unfurled themselves and a few young ...
... to mention the ridiculous homework some teachers give. I was given 2 weeks to write essay. I mean 2 weeks? Come on, that's hardly fair. Oh and you know that exam I talked about in my last blog update? I failed it. Not just failed. I spectacularly failed. In Spain marks are given out of 10 with 5 being the pass mark. Guess what I got? I somehow managed to score 0. Yep that's right - 0. I didn't know whether to cry or laugh at ...
... main square) is built in the Spanish baroque style and is a popular gathering spot, lined by restaurants, ice cream parlors, tourist shops, jewelry stores and the city hall. It is considered the heart of Salamanca and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful plazas in Spain.
As we strolled down the pedestrian-only main street of the Old City, Don couldn't resist snapping a few photos of the delicious meats ...
... the castle walls are still visible while the same network of small roads and lanes are most prominently on display, The city had been won after a period under the control of Moorish rulers and was reclaimed under Christian rule in the middle of last century. Salamanca was especially prominent from the 12th century after the then King granted a royal charter to the University of Salamanca, although formal teaching had existed at least since 1130.
It soon became one of ...