Hotel Helmantico Salamanca
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... and most prestigious university, which had its start in the 13th century, a period that birthed venerable houses of learning all around Europe including Coimbra in Portugal (which we visited earlier on our trip), Oxford, Cambridge, Padua, Naples, Siena, and Toulouse, to name a few. Today, the university lends its character to Salamanca still, and as we explored the town, the flow of students through the ...
... originality in which you can spend hours photographing the kind of art, which you can find in the arcs, walls, ceilings and doors, again this is very Spanish.
Unfortunately I didn't managed to see much of Salamanca, meaning that I didn't got the chance of seeing the prestigious University of Salamanca, this is because I only stayed one night in this beautiful town and I also didn't manage to go out on their famous student nights, although the best time to ...
... want to get everything worked out, but it's all very stressful so I'm taking it week by week, and hope everything will fall into place.
A few random thoughts I've had: It is too easy to pick out the Americans in the crowd. First, American boys look like American boys (you know what I mean?), and Spanish boys look like Spanish boys (Antonio Banderas, Enrique Iglesias, etc.) Secondly, the only girls wearing ...
"Caly swiat w Twoich rekach..." !
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Czas szybko leci. Rano sie budze- slonce za oknem, wstaje- nie boli mnie glowa. Tylek mi urosl - no i super-bede mogla wyrwac jakiegos Hiszpana- same plusy;)
To tak w skrocie.
Postanowilysmy troche pozwiedzac z Sunniva.
Bylysmy w Plasencii- malym miescie bardzo blisko Casas; fajne Stare Miasto z Placem Glownym, waskie uliczki, stare koscioly, alejki z mandarynkami i ...