Salamanca Youth Hostel

Address: c/ Escoto, 13-15, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salamanca

Rest day but still managed over 15kms

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 17, 2015

18 photos

... cream and can get cream everywhere, but not tabs) and no they didn't have but could have them in an hour! What service and what joy and gratefulness that brought. Happy pants on! The lady there had her honeymoon in Sydney and Perth many years ago.

So a bite to eat and then on a bus to check out the Decathlon store. I had Google mapped it yesterday and was only 4.3 kms so we said we'd walk. Why decathlon? They stock Quecha which is a brand of outdoor gear we ...

Just another day

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 23, 2014

... a. The guy will send us an email with the topic and a list of vocabulary so we know a little about the topic before you go which is really helpful. When I got home from the exchange, we had that sort of pumpkin soup and chicken with the juice, although I am really loving the cream cheese! After lunch, I worked on my presentation and tried to get as much done as I could before meeting Alvaro at 5:30 pm. At that time, we toured the Civil ...

First day happenings

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Sep 22, 2014

... My roommate and I share one bathroom together. After we unpacked a little bit, we went out for lunch and gave Montse our gifts. She really liked mine. We then ate pasta con carne y queso encima de la carne. It was really delicious. We talked to her and Pedro for a little bit and then we came in to have a siesta. I was out right away from being so exhausted. Tonight I think we are going into the Plaza Mayor. ...

Off to Segovia and Salamanca

A travel blog entry by joarmour on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

This morning we left Madrid and travelled to the UNESCO World Heritage city of Segovia. The most striking monument here is a completely intact Roman aqueduct, apparently the best preserved in the world. There is not a drop of mortar or concrete used. It relies solely on the stone arches for its support and stands as good as the day it was built. Trojan I think was responsible! How good were the Roman builders! A walk up the street took us to a convent of enclosed Dominicans who provided ...

The city that never eats

A travel blog entry by colinward on Jan 29, 2013

4 photos

... beans and sausage and other crazy stuff in it. (I basically never know what I eat and Luz thinks I'm a world class eater or something because I'm usually starving by the time dinner comes around.) Luz and María usually spend a good ten minutes watching me continue to eat when they are already done. They just say "quieres más, quieres más" and i say "sí por favor!" I don't know how they eat so little! Not to mention the food that they eat is not filling at all...I'm talking ...