Tryp Salamanca Montalvo
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of paddocks recently cut for hay, and crops struggling in the heat. The land looks very parched and brown although occasionally we did see some field being irrigated. I have yet to see a round bale of hay in Spain. They seem to prefer the old rectangular shape.
We arrived at Salamanca about 2pm, found our hotel and did our orientation walk. Salamanca has the second oldest university in ...
... such monument to the Romans we’ve seen, including the bridge we walked across in Ponte de Lima.
The walk finished at our starting hotel, where we lunched and took in a local flamenco dance show. Flamenco is really a southern Spain art form, from the province of Andalusia. Associated originally with gitanos – Spanish gypsies – it is at its heart an intense, sometimes angry expression with loud, ...
... for almost an hour. After that, we went back to the place where everything on the menu is one euro on Wednedays and Sundays, although I cannot remember the name of it. I walked home around 7:30 pm and it was still raining. Until dinner, I worked on more homework. For dinner, we had the soup that I really like and cheese omelettes with a salad. Now we are going to look up travel stuff and plan out the rest of our time ...
... Told you it was a quiet day! Rest day definitely needed. Wednesday supposed to reach 37degrees! Forgot to mention the other day that public toilets are no common here. If fact so far only ones I have seen were in Toldeo and Segovia, and the ones in Segovia you had to pay for. The only other way to use a loo is to buy something from one of the bars or cafés. Very ...
On the topic of coffee, it's really damn good in Spain. Cheap too. I'm not drinking so much of it though, there are very few to-go places here. Working and all, I don't have a ton of time to sit down for it. I had a cup in Lisbon, but I refuse to call it coffee. It tasted like corn.
Being back at Delibes really boosted my spirits. They have "finals" next week, so we aren't able to start until the week ...