Puente Romano de Salamanca
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... of other travellers started an impromptu flamenco group despite us being in Portugal.
The tolerant crew joined in but the group will need to work on it before they take it on the road.
We were met at the other end by our intrepid bus driver, Josť, and driven across the border back into Spain. A very long drive but their roads and bridges are amazing.
Over 300 kms of dual carriage tollway, seems to go on for ...
... Salute to a Spaniard who was only trying to help when he pointed to the van and then to his eyes.
Instead of thinking 'Oh Yes, this friendly guy wants us to check the van' I thought 'So what if I cut you up.....live with it'! and carried on.
It was only when a Brit campervan passed us, and used the same gesticulations, that I thought that maybe something was, well, not quite right!
We slowed from the statuary 70 mph (Sorry officer, I got me mph and me kph ...
... chose inside an atmospheric cafe instead.
Salamanca is a university town, and its university is one of the oldest in the world. Everywhere are university buildings. There are also numerous churches. The 'Cathedral Nueva' has the old cathedral adjoining. Sometimes we wonder ...
... Video Girl has caught the cinematic bug and now wants more than just battery boy to provide a ready supply of charged batteries, she wants a full production crew, gaffer, best boy, cable crew and has turned herself into a Speilberg clone.
... cheap here. But some food is not - especially because the quantities and sizes are much smaller. You cannot buy a huge motherload of groceries like you can in the states. You can only buy what you can carry and what fits on the cashiers lap (crazy Americans!).
We had an American roommate just move into our apartment from Michigan. And we just met the other Taiwanese roommate. They are all very nice. So far, I LOVE living here! A nice change of environment. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPuente Romano de Salamanca
The room was great, best of all was the pool after a long day of walking and sight seeing
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