Hotel Mozarbez Salamanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... into an astronaut (which actually sticks out like dogs balls once you see it!), so that solves that mystery. Hard to complain when it's 29 degrees and not a cloud in the sky! When it finished we did our own thing for a bit, found an old roman bridge built before the 1300's! We wandered around for a bit then headed back our accommodation for a siesta. We finish off the night with tapas and drinks at a local bar, great ...
... own team of followers - perhaps the flock is attracted by the liturgical offerings from the main man of each chapel or maybe there is some kind of voting based on peer review or a termination model a-la the Block or Big Brother. Maybe the numbers of each flock simply reflect people's views of the quite-extreme and unique decoration of each chapel.
But I can imagine, when the central enormous organ struck its chords and the choir filling the extensive choir ...
... we'd incorrectly crossed the Rio Tormes, we doubled back and eventually located our host, Carla. We booked this accommodation via AirBnB, an online service bringing together those with available rooms or houses with travellers seeking the same. We sensed the service would operate efficiently and have made extensive bookings via the service in the weeks ahead. But we were still keen to see that what we got what what we expected.
Carla was a Spanish gem and wasn't ...
... for her. The convent is one where the nuns do not speak, nor do they leave the convent. They are self sufficient and they have one nun that is allowed to talk to visitors. Amazing! Our last stop was in the Plaza. Unfortunately the whole tour was in Spanish, so I didn't learn as much as I hoped, but what I did learn was great. Most of the group went and had a drink in the plaza, the we wandered closer ...
... like a siesta after that. I thought I might sleep for an hour, but 2 hours later I woke up-oops. I quickly did my homework, yep I even get that on holiday and was going to head out for a walk, but to felt like ****. Not sure if it's jet lag catching up or not but felt like I could sleep again. Eventually made it out at 6pm. The temperature was a very pleasant 29degrees. The sun was bright but it wasn't overly hot. I am surprised ...