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Get Serenaded in the Plaza

Get Serenaded in the Plaza July 26, 2010 | What's New | Read More
The Plaza Mayor not only has tasty restaurants and a beautiful view, but it also provides nighttime entertainment. Los tunos are young university musicians that sing and play instruments to swoon women and win their favor. They sing of love, beauty and bullfights, and have become the ultimate symbol...

Color-by-Meal: A Daily Eating Guide

Color-by-Meal: A Daily Eating Guide July 19, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Desayuno Before 10 a.m.: Breakfast (desayuno) by custom is light if not just a cup of coffee, sometimes accompanied by toast or a croissant. If you need more than coffee, have a croissant filled with chocolate or a more decadent version filled with chocolate and vanilla (croissant napolitano) from any...

Architecture of Salamanca

Architecture of Salamanca July 12, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
The Old The city is populated with 500-year old buildings that are just as stunning, if not more so, than any modern skyscraper. It’s hard to believe that some buildings were built in another time period, while others are symbols of a modern and reinvigorated Salamanca. The Palacio de Monterrey, Universidad...

The Hotel Rector

The Hotel Rector July 6, 2010 | What's New | Read More
The Hotel Rector is one of the most famous hotels in Salamanca and was rated Most Excellent European Hotel by Condé Naste Johansens. The four star hotel prides itself on its luxury ambience, exceptional service and world-class amenities. Located near the University of Salamanca, Hotel Rector is within...
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