Castellano II Hotel

Address: Pedro Mendoza 36, Salamanca, Castile-León, 48097, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

The Golden City

A travel blog entry by janwilliam on May 13, 2015

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Time to move on and we left Madrid behind to catch Metro to the train station Chamartin and then the train to Salamanca. The trip was nearly three hours and very lovely. We left the suburbs behind to go back in time to stone fenced farmland... green fields dotted with old broken down farm houses, olive trees, rocky outcrops and an abundance of purple bluebells, white flowered bushes and lots and lots of ANZAC poppies.... Very beautiful.

We arrived to 33 ...

I'm getting too busy to blog

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 30, 2014

... up. I have two exams next week and I am confused in language because Sonsoles doesn't teach anything. Since it was Wednesday, I met with Daniela again and this time she brought a friend. It was funny because it was the same girl who emailed me saying she found me on USAL. We talked for a while and walked and got a McFlurry. The girl who Daniela brought was Cristine. She is so cool! She invited me back to her village in Ávila for the ...

It's almost the weekend!

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Sep 26, 2014

... night only better and this breaded ham and cheese dish. Wasn't too bad. Also I got so excited when I saw something green on the table. We had salad with our dinner! The lettuce here is much different and it is smaller and more leaf like. Tomatoes were also served with it but the whole salad tasted really salty. Around 11 after dinner was over we got ready and met the girls at their house to meet their host mom and dad and dog (their son was asleep from having high school). They seemed ...

Friday- the last day of classes.

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 18, 2014

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... seated on pillars with cutwaters directed against the river's flow. I then followed my way around the river to the hospital. I found some ruins that have been covered by glass, if I understood for correctly, the two graves there were from the 1100s. Once back at the residence I had lunch, did my washing and started organising and packing. At 5.30 I headed back into town for some last minute shopping. At 8pm, Annelise, ...

Day 35 - Salamanca

A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 26, 2014

12 photos

... enough to stop and buy, needs their head read and their car confiscated.

The boat was waiting for us at the riverside. The valley here has been classified as a world heritage site. This area is where all the port wine grapes are grown and because Portugal relies heavily on the wine and port industry, the hills are covered with vineyards using every last inch of land. The plan is to be fourth or fifth generation so that all the ...