Hotel R. Castellano III
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- Pets allowed
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... fine. When I got home for lunch we had the gross bean soup that I don't like and chicken. We had the peppers also, and now I am back to eating the baby cheese! I love it and it's funny because Rodrigo doesn't even like it. After lunch, Jackie and I went shopping in hopes that I would find a pair of low gray boots and an under armour thermal for the game this weekend. Turns out a bought a scarf and a different pair of shoes. When I came home, I continued ...
... We got home from that around 5:15 pm and basically waited until 7:30 when we had to meet Alvaro and another T&E group for a tapas tour. We went to three different places, and I wish I knew the names. The first place, I tried a Spanish house beer and we had bread with cheese and sort of a compressed fruit topping. It was alright. Next we had bread with shrimp and cream which I thought was soooo good. After the first place we moved onto ...
... two stork nests in the bell tower. Remember from a previous post that the Spaniards kill bulls but protect stork nests? To protect the bell tower, the city has built iron nest shapes underneath the nests because they weigh one tonne or more.
The city has an old and a "new" cathedral attached to each other. An odd phenomena and perhaps the only one of its type. When the powers that be decided to build the ...
... ton is awesome and easy to dance to. We ended up leaving after it got too stuffy and then headed to the next bar. We club hopped to 4 places before calling it a night. Each place had similar music just the decor had a different theme. There was bar called people we went to was more spacious. I was able to dance comfortably and boogie to my hearts content. It was amusing because all Nadzha and Elena did was check out guys. I don't know but I'm not interested like that. I used to ...
In the Plaza Mayor we stared up at the faces of Spain's leaders from centuries ago to the present. We identified Franco's face by the word "Puta" scrawled underneath it and the splashes of purple paint on the column below. The presence of Franco in Salamanca's plaza mayor is somewhat controversial. We had read in our Lonely Planet guide that Franco's face had been carved into a different ...