Artheus Carmelitas Salamanca
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... 1513 and 1733 and sports a mix of Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance designs. The entrance to the Cathedral is quite dramatic in what is known as the Plateresque style. As the sun was setting, we hustled over to the university to catch a glimpse of it before it became dark. Tours of both the Cathedral and the University interiors has closed by the time we arrived there. The University was founded in 1230 and was one of the leading centres for learning in Europe for 400 ...
... socks! Winning! Visit Pelequeria - new woman and still freaking €20 - and I pay $95 at home! Tomorrow will be truly rest day and exploring this ancient city where Spain's oldest university is.
Dropped into this tiny bar which looked a little quirky - menu is awesome - hang the price - it's not menu del Dia! And then it suddenly fills up and then this groups of guys start entertaining. Fan freaking tastic - and we can sleep in tomorrow. ...
... the park near my house. It was so much bigger than I thought. At least we found the pretty part of Salamanca! When we walked in, there was a fountain with ducks and geese, and the grass was green! We kept walking and came across two more fountains and a bridge. We saw people laying on the ground and all these cute couples holding hands. As we kept walking, we found an outdoor gym! There was no weights, but instead the use of ...
... but soon found our way onto the more-travelled route and once we reconnected with the main access road from Madrid to Salamanca we were able to unleashthe power of the Audi . The speed limit along the top-quality dual highway (autovia) was 120clicks but at this speed, I was being passed frequently. Based on the principle that "when in Rome (or former roman territories), do as the Romans do (or would have if they had access to suitable horse-power)", I joined the throng, ...
... come back here someday! The whole town revolves around the University of Salamanca, which was founded in 1208 (almost it's 800th year!). The buildings are so beautiful and the town is rich in history. Christopher Columbus actually got funded to go explore the Americas in Salamanca, which has always been known to be a very open minded place. Of course back then everyone thought he was a fool because it ...