Address: San Juan de la Cruz, 7, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on San Juan de la Cruz, 7, Salamanca, is near St. Stephen's Convent (Convento de San Esteban), Convento de las Duenas, Colegio de Anaya (Palacio de Anaya), and Cueva de Salamanca.
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    Travel Blogs from Salamanca

    City of Thought

    A travel blog entry by janwilliam on May 14, 2015

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    ... walls from 13th century .... Siesta time with red wine and lunch at 5 pm. Getting used to these routines.... Maybe we'll close the school for few hours to have leisurely lunch!!!! Finally got to have Spanish Paella for dinner... Lovely place called Jera... Casual dining outside but a little chillier tonight 17degrees which was kinder nice after the heat so ...

    Salamanca- Wrap-up of Week 7

    A travel blog entry by imdbling on Oct 27, 2014

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    ... built in the 14th century. We see a lot of cathedrals in Europe, and I mean a LOT, like pretty much every city. However I think this one was so far my favorite since it was very interactive. We got to take photos, sit in the chairs next to detailed graves, walk on catacombs and listen to an audio retelling of the history of the church.

    Our hotel was right next to the Plaza Mayor in Salamanca, where we got to eat Tapas and take in the culture ...

    First Day of Classes/Tour

    A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Sep 25, 2014

    ... start class until after 11 because the previous class wasn't over. Our profesora for this class se llama Sonsoles García. We didn't learn as much about her as the last class. For this class though, we received books and a USAL international student notebook with no lines! How am I supposed to use that when I can't even write straight?! During this class, we filled out a true and false worksheet correcting the sentences. Although she went around the room and ...


    A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... frog. In this room was where the most valuable books and manuscripts were kept, including a very old Hebrew scroll. It was kept in a huge chest that used to house the money and it took 5 special keys, held by 5 people to open it. I felt very special being locked in the library while lots of others tourists were behind the glass doors and couldn't get in. It was a definite privilege. Once the tour was done, I stayed in town. I had lunch at a little cafe, ...


    A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on May 19, 2014

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    ... is infected with a rash of new, not new, and derelict agricultural and industrial buildings, scattered everywhere, apparently at random. Our site typifies this. Behind us are a line of steel silos and a huge barn of four bays each with semi-circular roof in ribbed steel. Behind them, and isolated in the fields is a ruined church (with Cranes) and behind that, the motorway with lorries passing by in a steady stream. In front of us, 100 yards away is a big square building on ...