vincci ciudad de salamanca
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G'day again, or not so good day in the case of my household, as everyone in our family slept rather poorly, due to the rock hard pillows in the rooms. Despite the minor pillow problem, the weather again promised a great deal of sunshine, with a slightly more humid day expected with a forecast top of 28 degrees Celsius.
As our hotel did not …
The days in Spain remain very warm, sunny and easy for touring. Our destination today will be Salamanca where we will stay 2 nights.
Shortly after leaving Bilbao we stop at the town of Vitoria-Gasteiz. This ancient Basque city has many attractions and time was spent wandering amongst the old town.
We stop for a light lunch and …
... like one near me at home, Lichfield, it’s uncanny. This place is full of Camino walkers and has an amazing vibe about it. I’m so glad I made it to here today, the next two days are forecast for thunderstorms and I only have 100 miles of riding in Spain left, doddlle, I can do that with my eyes shut, I won’t coz that would just be silly.
Camino De Santiago, definitely food for thought for next year. Any takers?
... vast solar panel farms we saw. Here is what my research department reported on that:
There are a lot of turbines because the government offers subsidies to build them. You may have noticed that wind turbines are built in windy places. That's no coincidence -- ...
... Tracie's bedtime) but we need to eat.
We then wandered through the university grounds and took some fantastic shots before dining on a wonderful meal with a fine Spanish wine.
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TravelPod Member Reviewsvincci ciudad de salamanca
This hotel is a short distance from the Roman Bridge - a good starting point for touring the old city. Parking on site is reasonably cheap, but it is relatively easy to find free and unlimited parking outside and near the hotel. Breakfast is plentiful and well priced.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.