Hotel Mozarbez Salamanca
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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 …
... stressful, fun, tiring, amazing, I have learnt so much, made life long friends, learnt new words in Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Japanese and Spanish and probably gained about 5 stone in weight. I'll be so sad to say goodbye to this beautiful city and my Erasmus life. But, now I get to spend a few weeks at home (and probably die from hypothermia) before my summer in France starts. Someone get me a pasty, England here I ...
... supermarkets/everywhere. When I landed, I accidentally said hola to the passport control lady who looked down at my passport and then back at me with a very weird look on her face. To top my journey off, I got searched by security 4 times, I must have looked particularly suspicious that day. I genuinely thought I was going to get stopped and not let into the country. One thing I realised when I was home is how much I have missed English television! ...
... in the window, and waiters darting about serving drinks and tapas. On Sunday we watched families come out for Sunday lunch, all groomed and dressed impeccably, as the Spanish are, generally. They arrive in the plazas, greet each other with a double kiss, and find tables on the terraces to order wine, beer and lunch. The weather has been extraordinarily kind, consistently fine, around 25 each day, so everyone is outdoors enjoying it. Outside the Alcazar in Segovia, groups ...
When we have some free time! Notes for Tuesday: -- interesting breakfast -- city bus -- language assessment -- guided walking tour of old Salamanca: new and old cathedrals, Plaza Mayor, etc. -- group dinner -- Cuban rum -- useful Spanish re: ATM -- late night walk -- graffiti -- cars -- ...