NH Puerta de la Catedral
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Puerta de la Catedral Salamanca
Travel Blogs from Salamanca
... in a monastery, even in the king's private rooms. The most interesting room was the long Hall of Battles, with a long, long mural covering both walls, depicting various Spanish victories – over the Moors, over the French. The detail was amazing and fun to review.
The other very interesting room was the sepulcher of the kings and queens – this includes identical sepulchers (marble coffins? Not sure of the right term – the audio ...
... intercambio through the University's website. This is where you can go on and meet people who speak Spanish or whatever language, and want to practice another language. I have a date with a girl this Wednesday already! I am looking forward to bettering my Spanish and meeting new people at the same time. After I was done registering with that, I bought mine and Jackie's to see Real ...
... Spanish culture was truly an amazing experience. Once we said our good byes, we made our 4 hour trip to Salamanca. I absolutely love it here. Their main focus is academics, as the University of Salamanca was founded in 1218. It's one of the oldest in Europe! There are a lot of school traditions here. For example, since only 7% of their students passed their 5 years of schooling in it's earlier ages, when they pass their test, they would pay ...
... night meal is eaten late, I could call it dinner but it's supposedly more of a snack, lunch is the main meal. Libby negotiated with her host family that she would eat at 10.30pm as they usually eat at midnight! Marisol wasn't home, she was also out shopping. She got home just after 9pm and she got me some dinner, which was a huge meal and I couldn't eat all of it. I finally got to meet Samantha, the other student staying here. ...
... had amazing windows that were completely stained glass. Sadly we could not take pictures inside, so I couldn't get a picture of what they looked like. It had some cool pottery, scary looking porcelain dolls, and Spanish fans. The stained windows were definitely the highlight. When we were walking into the bus station to leave Salamanca, I noticed that my ticket had 9:30 for our departure time when we were supposed to leave at 2:15. So Laura had to have a tense discussion ...