Tryp Salamanca Montalvo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
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... we seek them out. They've been great brekky when we can't buy any and a great snack/lunch when we don't pass anywhere and we hVe those +25km days! Then off to the Plaza Mayor which is a hive of activity after 5pm for Hierbos and coffee before hitting the sack and off in the morning.
A little planning to do as we're going to try and rejig the distances for the next few days.
In a heartbeat I would return to this beautiful city. So much more to ...
... next Tuesday. When we got to la lengua, Sonsoles wasn't there and we had a substitute. We went over our homework that she gave us and we also did some other worksheets that the substitute professor gave us. For one of the activities, we listened to a song and filled in the missing lyrics based off of what we were learning. She actually reminded me of Dra. Bagués a little bit! After class, I walked to Día and picked up some salt and vinegar chips, since I was absolutely dying ...
... it lead to much discussion and the invention of Spanish words just to avoid having to drink. So funny. We then went out to a bar, a shot bar and then a club which was SO MUCH FUN. My birthday night ended at 5.20am with another trip to La Churrería (it opens at 4am) for yet more churros con chocolate, probably not the best idea I've ever had but totally worth it. Well it seemed it at the time anyway, I'm not so sure if I felt the same ...
... and trapsed through lots of shops, most of them very pokey. I met Libby at 8pm in the plaza. We wandered around and eventually found a cafe to sit at to get dinner. The one we picked had tapas, including dessert, so we went straight for dessert. Libby had a white chocolate soup, looked very good. The World Cup semi final between Argentina and the Netherlands, started just before 10. Lots of tvs had been set up around the plaza and people came ...
... followed this route before heading back to the campsite.
Returning to the campsite we surreptitiously watched a
Portuguese couple put up their tent on the next pitch to ours. They must have
been in their late 50’s and both wore the same shade of burgundy. Her outfit
consisted of very short leather hot pants, tights and knee high boots with a
fitted fine knit jumper. It was like a sketch from the Dick Emery show. Who
needs a television??