La Perla Salmantina Hotel

Address: Sánchez Barbero street, 7, Salamanca, Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sánchez Barbero street, 7, Salamanca, is near Casa de las Conchas, Clerecia (Iglesia del Espiritu Santo), Colegio de Anaya (Palacio de Anaya), and Palacio de Monterrey.
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca


A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Nov 20, 2014

... which was more like a comedy. It was so different and fun! I couldn't understand the whole thing because they were talking so fast but I had a good time. I went with Diego and Jesús to the play since I got stood up by my American "friends." After that we went out for a beer then came home and I went to sleep. I was a little hungry since I didn't eat dinner but since I've been sick I haven't been as hungry as I usually am. ...

Just another day in Salamanca

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 02, 2014

... The first thing he said when he walked in the door was niñas! Later on we played with him and he gave us a kiss which was a first. For lunch, Montse made us a huge plate of peas with ham pieces and we also had meat that was delicious. We finally had vegetables today and Montse was like is this good enough? After lunch, I did my homework for la clase de lengua con Sonsoles. Después, siesta! We had to meet Alvaro at 5pm at ...

Hacer Amigos para Toda la Vida

A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Jun 26, 2014

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... time I left the house. Other people did end up getting lost - Chelsea and Sarah were both alone and running around the city in the rain until early hours in the morning. Thank god I hadn't left the house.
Today, I woke up around 7, had some coffee and toast and left for my first day of orientation. Ambrosio took me to the Plaza Mayor (which is only a five minute walk) and I met my group there. I'm in advanced spanish I guess and it was crazy (but awesome). ...


A travel blog entry by tandem52 on Oct 26, 2013

Big day exploring the 800 year old medina of Fes. Incredible, shops the size of an average toilet! Winding cobbled streets less than a metre wide, steep, narrow , spiral staircases. Couldn't go there without a guide or would never find way out. Bought caftan for Gemma. Afternoon visit to cave dwelling community, visited old lady's house with Aussie flag. Children called out hello Christians. Dinner at hotels Moroccan ...

My arrival

A travel blog entry by colinward on Jan 27, 2013

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... I want -- it's perfecto. I'm hungry a lot too because they eat something light for breakfast then eat lunch at 2:30 then not again until 9ish. She didn't let me leave the house this morning until I agreed to take two clementines with me. My Spanish is holding up and I learned more my first day than I did my senior year in high school. For dinner on my first night, María walked me to the plaza mayor where I met ...