Toboso (El)

Clavel, 7, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Salamanca

    And Sleep....

    A travel blog entry by mistere on Jun 09, 2014

    4 comments, 30 photos

    ... could reflect back on for the rest of there lives. I don’t really think about St Cedds (the school I went to) that much. Although, I did go to it later in life when it caught fire and burned down, that was fun!

    I had a great time wondering from place to place, this style of visit really suits me as it feels things are forever unfolding in front of me unexpectedly. I stopped for a glass of wine and ended up chatting to Nick, a ...


    A travel blog entry by vgfamily on May 20, 2013

    11 photos

    ... symbol was the shell. This is also why the symbol of the Camino de Santiago is a seashell.

    Outside of the historical center of Salamanca, we spent time walking (or running) along the river. There are nice paths as well as a centro deportivo (sports center) nestled along the green banks.

    As far as gastronomy in Salamanca, we found plenty of good places to eat or grab a sweet treat. Our ...

    Un Dia en mi Vida

    A travel blog entry by janaeinspain on Jul 04, 2012

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... it is too big to capture even half the inside in a photo.

    There is also a patio in the university with a courtyard that has grass!! Because Spain is mostly desert, grass is rare and sometimes has signs that prohibit walking or sitting on the grass. And, naturally, everything with grass seems ten times more beautiful. On one end of the cathedral is an adjacent building with intricate carvings. Hundreds of people stare at it every day, searching ...

    Good-bye Portugal, Hello Spain

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 04, 2011

    8 photos

    ... a variety of breads and the best olives Battery Boy has ever eaten. They had a subtle finish tasting like a tasty cheese. We started with tempura vegetables and prawns. For entree we had a spinach ravioli, mains we had huge prawns wrapped in a pasta noodle and a sauce that was so good I was tempted to lick it from the plate. Video Girl had a piece of chicken cooked in peanut crumbs and stuffed with fungi and sweet potato. We felt we could still walk so ...

    Seductive With Real Refinement*

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on May 11, 2011

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... part of the “secret” was not revealed by the Vatican until 2000! Fatima is now a shrine and site of pilgrimage on a humongous scale. A massive basilica featuring a 213 foot tall tower was consecrated in 1953 dominates one end of an esplanade twice the size of St Peter’s Square, needed to accommodate the millions of pilgrims who flock here every year, particularly on the anniversaries of the various apparitions. Many pilgrims make ...