Hotel R. Castellano III
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... liked the central food market with its meats, cheese, bakeries, etc.
We came across musicians on the street, too.
We finally ended up at the Cathedral. We paid the admission; started our audio tour, and soon realized that we didn't have enough time to do the whole place in detail. We finished up and hurriedly returned to the hotel for lunch. ...
... down the stairs, a priest and various choirboys came up. It was a fun encounter.
My final stop was a tour of the gardens. When protected by the buildings, it was pleasant, but outside of the windbreak it was brutal! But so, so clear! Great views of Madrid and the mountains beyond.
By now, it was 1pm. I decided to drive out to Salamanca, as that place, as a place of learning, has always appealed to me. It was a glorious drive – over ...
... table. It was a spinach omelet. We planned on going out earlier tonight since we didn't want to be out late. We were supposed to go out with Pedro and Austin but they got back from there basketball dinner after we had already left. It was a fun night but not as much fun as Friday. We were back early so I could get sleep because it is supposed to be really nice tomorrow, almost 80 degrees. ...
... s a fantastically well appointed first floor apartment with a verandah front and back - the latter looking onto a secure central garden with a large pool the central feature. Everything we need was available and Carla even had a few beers and other goodies in the fridge for our use. Despite this, we still wandered to the nearby supermercado where we were able to negotiate the aisles and procure some bread and cheeses, nibbles and even a six-pack of beers (costing 3.75€!) ...
... and bull fights. Using the blood from the bull, they would write their name on the side of this one building. Since Salamanca is not humid, the names of students since the tradition began are still there!
Another really cool quirk in Salamanca is that their cathedral (Catedral Vieja) is 900 years old. About 400 year ago, they built a new cathedral, which is actually called Catedral Nueva. Since it took so long to build, they had time ...