No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Emperatriz III
TripAdvisor Reviews Emperatriz III Salamanca
Travel Blogs from Salamanca
... with Diego. I am beginning to get really frustrated because I don't know much vocabulary outside of what I usually talk about and it is hard for me to tell a story or something that happened because I feel like I am not smart enough to all the words I need in conversation. I just don't get it how I can understand everything in the classroom and then as soon as I leave it's like I'm instantly dumb. Tomorrow, like every Monday, I have the exchange at Tum Tum. Bye.
... was basically like a huge dance club. It was so much fun! After a while, we walked home and went to sleep.
On Sunday we slept in and were so hungry when we woke up. I was wondering if they eat lunch even later on a Sunday and turns out they do because we didn't eat until around 3. We had Spanish rice with pork and chicken and shrimp. I went to peel the shrimp and realized that the head was still attached! I had a little silent freakout when I ...
... frog attached to a skull. It needs to be pointed out to you as it is so small. The frog represents lust and the skull death. It was a warning to the university students about syphilis. They would need to be very tall to heed the lesson.
A leisurely walk around and then crossed the Roman bridge to arrive back at the hotel.
A good day. We plan to return tonight to see the city lit up.
Motayau lelei te matua ya. Our train was departing at 8:45am so we got up at 6am. Showered and then packed. We left our hotel at 8am. We said farewell to Jasmine who was leaving at 1pm and walked to the train station. The city was quiet and the cleaners were up cleaning the roads from the night. What we didn't realise till we left was that it was Barcelona day. We arrived at the train station with 15 minutes left and the rain started to pour 5 mins before we arrived. ...
... and sheep.
But we finally saw some live pigs!!!! For those of you who didn't follow us on our last trip to Spain 11 years ago, everywhere we went we saw hams hanging in the stores, ham on all the menus, but we never ever saw a pig anywhere. I asked my Research Department to look into it (my brothers clown 1 and clown 2) and they came up with many interesting theories. Well today we figured it out. Our bus passed a big truck filled with live ...