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

I'm getting too busy to blog

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Oct 30, 2014

... up. I have two exams next week and I am confused in language because Sonsoles doesn't teach anything. Since it was Wednesday, I met with Daniela again and this time she brought a friend. It was funny because it was the same girl who emailed me saying she found me on USAL. We talked for a while and walked and got a McFlurry. The girl who Daniela brought was Cristine. She is so cool! She invited me back to her village in Ávila for the ...

It's almost the weekend!

A travel blog entry by beebucks22 on Sep 26, 2014

... night only better and this breaded ham and cheese dish. Wasn't too bad. Also I got so excited when I saw something green on the table. We had salad with our dinner! The lettuce here is much different and it is smaller and more leaf like. Tomatoes were also served with it but the whole salad tasted really salty. Around 11 after dinner was over we got ready and met the girls at their house to meet their host mom and dad and dog (their son was asleep from having high school). They seemed ...

Day 35 - Salamanca

A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 26, 2014

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... of terracing and planting is done.

The crops or wine used to be transported on flat bottom boats called rabelos; today they take tourists. Had a fantastic few hours on the water, going through an enormous lock and seeing the countryside. Fish, we think they were mullet, were almost jumping out of the water and one of our group, who is a train enthusiast, was thrilled when a train moved along the valley.

Bernadette and ...

School? Forgot about that!

A travel blog entry by cholay_ole on Jan 09, 2013

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... t find the building very easily, but luckily Spaniards are ALWAYS late and so lax about everything. Breaks in between classes are longer than ten minutes (because everyone needs enough time to finish their cigarette and sip down their cafe con leche...), and they start 15 minutes late. Nothing to complain about! But, I didn't know how many Japanese and Chinese students there would be. My first class was filled with them, but ...

Bad Blogger

A travel blog entry by embeau on Feb 15, 2012

... but after an hour of studying after lunch today, I feel pretty confident. Of course I didn't just leave it at that; I'm still going to study more but I feel as if I already know all that I can.
There is something new in my life that has grown into having a major role in my entertainment: downloading movies and tv shows. Thanks to my good friends and their suggestions I am almost all caught up on all ...