Travel Blogs from Salamanca
... tower on the cathedral, we climbed another spiral staircase before being treated to a brilliant view of Salamanca, the university's dome the most readily visible of any building in sight.
After a couple of hours in town, we headed back and did our usual grocery and beer run before relaxing and preparing for dinner. We weren't able to get a table in the Plaza, which was unfortunate, because the tourist dump we ended up at saw us wait for 15 minutes to be served our ...
... on a drinking night is when students are back from holidays. Yet I wasn't disappointed as Salamanca is one of my favorite places of Spain, and I am very sure I will come back again and see more of Salamanca and enjoy one of those wild nights.
I love you and leave you with a song by Joaquin Sabinas "El capitàn de su calle", based on a guy who spends his life in the wild party, just like a student haha. Enjoy!!
... Bad Season 4 - I watched the entire season start to finish in bed with two shower breaks in an attempt to warm up.
The rest of our time there was spent taking in some of the landmarks in the city: Clerigos Tower, Photography Museum (former jail) - all beautiful and worth visiting. Our final night we went for a dinner at a local restaurant. Those sneaky devils snuck me Port in my complimentary sangeria. For the record, still don't like it. The next morning ...
... enough for the pleasant but very small old city. The view is dominated by an enormous Roman-constructed aqueduct, a marvel to behold. Along with a pretty plaza, a castle on the edge, a nice view from the walls, and a museum visit about the geography of the area and its history as an industrial center for glass and wool, the visit was short and sweet.
I got into Salamanca in the afternoon. It's a pretty small city, but ...
... the bull suffered, and it was very cruel . However, I had to realize that this is their culture, but many of the Spanish people are against the bull fighting. Outside of the arean there was grafiti on the walls saying that it was muder. Later that night we walked to the Rome Bridge and watched the fireworks. I must admit that it was one of the most beautiful fireworks show that I have ever seen. It seemed similar to Disney World's fireworks. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking