Hotel Petit Palace Las Torres

Concejo 4, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37002, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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    Hacer Amigos para Toda la Vida

    A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Jun 26, 2014

    47 photos

    ... The next day, we had an 8:30 wake up call, had breakfast, and took a walking tour around Madrid. We saw the palace (which I had already seen with my mom) and then we walked to the Museo del Prado (a museum). We weren't allowed to take pictures, but we saw El Greco, Goya, Rubens, and Tintoretto (Famous Artists). Our tour guide was a fabulous lady who knew her stuff. It was pretty awesome.
    After that, I ate some lunch at the museum's cafe with a few other students ...

    Final days in Spain

    A travel blog entry by margyandpaul on Oct 15, 2013

    12 photos

    Our last stop in Spain has been Salamanca, two hours northwest of Madrid. This bustling university town can be seen for miles away due to the towering Cathedrals, old and "new," with the latter having been built between the 16th and 18 centuries. We decided to test my fear of heights and climb to the top of the bell tower of the new cathedral (98 meters high--more than a football field straight up!). As ...

    I eat sand for breakfast

    A travel blog entry by lily35 on May 28, 2013

    2 photos

    ... what I usually eat for
    breakfast and I told her “arena”, instead of “avena”, meaning that I eat
    sand for breakfast every day rather than oatmeal! Hahaha. Whoops. She’s been super
    sweet though and for the most part we communicate just fine. She calls me
    “guapa”, meaning pretty and always tries to make me eat more, so I think for now we're on good terms.

    ...

    Mi Salamanca Preciosa – Una Segunda Casa

    A travel blog entry by janaeinspain on Aug 06, 2012

    1 comment, 77 photos

    ... cute tea shop with a really nice owner who likes to practice her English with us. She makes us free iced tea samples every time we go (my friend is waiting for a new shipment of the Salamanca tea to arrive so we keep checking back). All of the shops are filled with frogs, the mascot of Salamanca, as well as jewelry with the Salamanca symbol (I’ll try to attach a photo). All the girls in my group have purchased rings or earrings with the symbol on it, a cool way ...

    Home from home

    A travel blog entry by hjainley on May 06, 2011

    2 comments

    ... months he will be acting as host – the word is 'hospitario’ – in three separate albergues. He is very much a serial pilgrim, but is taking his new role as my Spanish teacher very seriously. I am learning a lot, and not just Spanish. I now know the colour of Napoleon’s horse – white – and the difference between taxidermy and mummification. I probably knew that anyway, but now I know it in ...