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Where We Stayed: Salamanca

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Our apartment in Salamanca was on a fairly busy street about a 10-minute walk from the historic city center. There are some businesses on the street, but we didn't check out many of them. The bakery two blocks down was underwhelming, but we did have a supermarket right downstairs to make up for it. There are more cafes on Gran Vía, which is between the apartment and the historic center.

I didn't see the nearest park, but DH took the girls there and said it was nice. It's called Parque de las Jesuitas and was about a 5-minute walk from the apartment (going away from the center).

Our apartment had 3 bedrooms, 1 bath with a shower/tub combo, washer, and drying rack on the small terrace. The AC unit was in the living room. Like in Barcelona, we cranked it up so that the cool air would spread throughout the apartment, with some (but not tons of) success. There were also 2 fans. During the day, we'd place the oscillating one in the living room to strategically blow cool air out. At night, the fans would go in the bedrooms (we had the girls share a room so everyone could get some cool air). The living area itself had comfortable seating and was the most spacious of all the apartments we rented on the trip.

The property managers were also very conscientious and helpful. They gave us some recommendations and pointed out many places of interest on a map in the apartment that guests can use.

In all, we had a good stay here. My only suggestion is to bring in another fan so that every bedroom can have one.

The listing can be found here.

Posted by amikulski 14:59 Archived in Spain Tagged children apartments spain

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