Petit Hotel (Le)

Ronda Sancti Spiritus, 39, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37001, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

My average day

A travel blog entry by colinward

2

... s and 50's here, so it hasn't been too bad. At least that's what I think it has been...Celsius really throws me off. There has been snow up north but we haven't seen any. I bought half of my tickets to spring break. A bunch of us are going to fly to Barcelona and from there go to Rome. That's all that I booked so far, but we are then planning to go to Florence and Venice and then to Paris. You could say I'm a little excited for that.

íHasta ...

The Bush

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle

47

... to it and the chocolate muffin was worth it alone.

Ramon Alvarez seemed to be the big cheese here... streets and squares and statues dedicated to him. Apparently he was born in 1825 and became a famous sculptor and restorer of art works in the city.

Onwards to Salamanca!
It was about 4.30pm when we arrived, so we dumped the bags and went for a wander round the town. A university town, there are lots of students everywhere and many of the old ...

ISA Orientation

A travel blog entry by celestemarie

2
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... The cathedrals and university here are from the 13th century and are still in use today. The city has done a great job of integrating the red-colored sandstone of the historic sites into newer buildings, like the one I live in, so that everything blends together. Although beautiful, this makes it very easy to get turned around in the city. The first day, we got lost twice on our way back from Plaza Mayor. The trip took 30 minutes ...

Culture Vultures - They're storks actually!

A travel blog entry by deswirral

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... along passage ways through rooms until we come out onto a walkway high above the aisle of the new cathedral (the old and new cathedrals are joined together) that’s too high for Shelagh and she retreats back to the roof. As I continue onwards and upwards to the roof and the nesting storks, I notice a large crack above an archway, this was caused by the 1755 Lisbon earthquake I move quick on to the roof. The ...

Ancient University City - Salamanca

A travel blog entry by haytravels

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... but it's the awe-inspiring 16th-century fašade that takes your breath away. The delicate style employed by the stonemasons became known as Plateresque because it looked more like silver (plata) filigree work than masonry. Inside, there's a spacious cloister with the old classrooms ranged off it, a library that looks as if it hasn't changed in centuries, and a fine view of the cathedrals. The Escuelas Minores, opposite has a plainer frontage, but a more appealing ...

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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on Ronda Sancti Spiritus, 39, Salamanca, is near Casa de las Conchas, St. Stephen's Convent (Convento de San Esteban), Convento de las Duenas, and Clerecia (Iglesia del Espiritu Santo).
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