Microtel Placentinos

Placentinos 9, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

My average day

A travel blog entry by colinward


... I will never remember them all. These people can inhale their soup! I consider myself a fast eater but they are finished when my bowl is still half full...hehe half full. Sometimes I go to the gym after that or I partake in my favorite Spanish tradition: the SIESTA. This normally thirty minute to forty-five minute nap/rest is a great break. By the way, the "American siestas" are normally 1:30-2 hours. You don't even feel like a bum because by ...

The Bush

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle


How jolly irritating.
When I was packing for this tripette, I had to think so carefully as we were only taking one small bag and not putting anything into the hold. This means no liquids, or very little... so thinking we would be staying in reasonable hotels, I would not need to take any shampoo or conditioner, as they always provide them, right?

We are now on day 7 with no conditioner and quantities of rain, which, roughly translated, means my ...

ISA Orientation

A travel blog entry by celestemarie


... the works. Every once in a while, as a song reached a climax, a jet would shoot down dry ice from the ceiling engulfing the entire crowd in seconds. I say "jet" because it's the only thing that could have delivered that much dry ice in such a short amount of time. It was completely disorientating. In a matter of seconds you couldn't even see your hand in front of your face. I loved it. At 4:30 am, we decided that we needed at least 3 hours ...

Gloria Estaban

A travel blog entry by deswirral


... from where we can look down into a magnificent chapel. (No photography allowed) From Santa Clara it is only a short walk to Las Dueñas. The convent has a beautiful cloister with an upper level. The pillars and arches are covered in medieval sculptures. Across the bridge from Las Dueñas is the church and convent of San Esteban. This is a huge baroque church which belongs to the Dominican Order. The highlight for us was the map ...

Ancient University City - Salamanca

A travel blog entry by haytravels


... impressive. But if the upstart has cornered the market in power and glory, the Old Cathedral oozes medieval faith and passion and is the more gratifying as a result. Visit the cloister, and the inspiring tombs and statuary of the chapels off it, then head around the back of the building to Ieronimus, a small exhibition inside two of the cathedrals' towers. If you don't read Spanish, much of the information will go over your head, but it doesn't really matter as the ...

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