Melia Salamanca Hotel

8-14 Alva, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

My average day

A travel blog entry by colinward


... 2-6am. 6 is my latest, but that was a weekend. I can sleep when I get back to America.

After class I usually find people to go to a café or something. All of us Americans are confused and hungry at this time because it's our lunch time. If not already home, I try and get back before 2pm because we eat lunch around 2:30 usually. Today we had some soup and some kind of meat. I basically eat what they give me and sometimes I ask the ...

Steve's place

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle


... here.
According to the BBC, "Stephen is the patron saint of deacons, headaches, horses, coffin makers, and masons. He is often represented carrying a pile of rocks or with rocks on his head."
There you have it.
Steve, in a nutshell.

Home James.
Steve's place for dinner, which was fitting, as this was where, two years ago, Nick and I first made contact. So a little bit of history connected with Steve's place, gold or no gold.


ISA Orientation

A travel blog entry by celestemarie


... despite everyone's jet-lag, we decide to go to a seven story discoteca around the corner. We didn't go until 1:30 but it didn't get crowded until an hour later. This expensive club was unlike anything I've ever seen. Every floor had something different to offer, but the real party was on the main floor where we danced the night away to songs that we would be hearing (over and over again) the rest of the trip. J-Lo, Enrique, Shakira, ...

Gloria Estaban

A travel blog entry by deswirral


The sun is really shining today. After a good breakfast we visit 3 old convents; Santa Clara, Las Dueñas and San Esteban. These have limited access as they are still convents. At Santa Clara we have to be admitted. The lady speaks only Spanish, but provides us with a brief leaflet in English and gives an introduction in Spanish with bits of French and English mixed in. After viewing the hall and the cloister we are taken to an ...

Ancient University City - Salamanca

A travel blog entry by haytravels


... weekend escape. Stroll the historic center taking in the sights before stopping for churros or a spot of lunch followed by some early evening shopping or a cathedral visit. In typical Spanish style night rolls on for hours with wine, tapas and late dinners.

Salamanca's two cathedrals dominate the skyline from almost every angle, like vast architecturally conjoined twins. The Gothic New Cathedral, begun in 1513, is more imposing, ...


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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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