NH Puerta de la Catedral
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Puerta de la Catedral Salamanca
Travel Blogs from Salamanca
... cheese and some spinach and feta dip! Next stop was a cocktail bar called The Doctor. This place was amazing! The bartender was awesome, he clearly loved his job and everything he did was purposeful and careful and likened to art! He had quite good English and explained lots about his job and the way they make cocktails in Spain. Dylan had a margherita, Jo and I had a strawberry daiquiri and the other Jo had a Piña Colada. ...
I finally bought microwave popcorn at the store! Monday was a pretty normal day, not much to say other than I did the exchange again at Tum Tum. I met some new people and I also met a police officer trying to learn English! We got to talk about the different laws in our respective countries. I was there for two hours practicing. I will keep doing this every Monday, it is a good way to meet people and practice Spanish.
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... debaja de la reloj en Salamanca. From there he took us to their admissions building where all the international students took the test. It was 80 questions and a 2-3 minute interview. Most of it went really well. After that was all over around 10:15 am, Alvaro showed us where our classes are held. We are enrolled in the international student program so all of our classes are in the same building and it is a closer walk but on the way to the plaza. ...
... like a siesta after that. I thought I might sleep for an hour, but 2 hours later I woke up-oops. I quickly did my homework, yep I even get that on holiday and was going to head out for a walk, but to felt like ****. Not sure if it's jet lag catching up or not but felt like I could sleep again. Eventually made it out at 6pm. The temperature was a very pleasant 29degrees. The sun was bright but it wasn't overly hot. I am surprised ...
... suddenly appearing into the light, to find yourself looking down the length of the nave of the old cathedral, and then in the new,behind the parapet of the triforium, a long way down, the pillars narrowing with perspective as they drop to the floor far beneath. Here and there are great cracks in the walls, and in one doorway high above the new cathedral, a section of the arch had dropped six inches and a bit of wood had been driven in apparently to stop it falling further, ...