La Resineria

C/ Cinco Canos 2, Coca, Province of Segovia, Castile and Leon, 40480, Spain | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Coca

We Will Never Be Royals (But I Can Pretend Right?)

A travel blog entry by nellings on Oct 08, 2013

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... a house decorated nicely. (No, this is not me being spoiled here, it was REALLY that bad)...

Friday was definitely one of my favorite trips so far and I have a feeling that not very many trips here in Spain will top it. We went to Segovia with my Civilización y Cultura class, and for those that don't think that I'm doing any studying here in Spain (because speaking and immersing myself in another culture is not enough... not salty) I had an entire packet of homework to ...

Chapter Eleven - Our last day in Segovia

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... enjoy a jazz session on a stage below the aqueduct.

This is our last night, and as a special farewell just for us, the city has put on a firework display. Of course, it’s at midnight, so we are obliged to stay up to watch the spectacular pyrotechnic show bursting over the ancient city walls. I guess this will have to replace our 4th. of July fireworks on the golf course in Miami ...

Segovia Day Trip

A travel blog entry by chase.simonds on Jun 15, 2013

23 photos

... In school I had been required to build one of these out of clay, so to inspect first-hand was full circle). They had been setting up a stage in the center for a concert over the weekend; quite a unique backdrop for any event. After a Castilian lunch in the center, we gave ourselves a self-guided tour of the town, climbing up past the aqueducts and down to the cathedral and finally ending at the site of the castle.

This castle has been significantly restored and has served host to ...

Time out to enjoy Segovia

A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 05, 2013

6 photos

... is to climb the tower. There are 152 steps and the sign says it's not for the 'unhealthy'. We bought a ticket and climbed ... and climbed. Paul asked me if I was counting the steps. I told him I was too busy breathing! The stairs are very steep and higher than your normal steps. It was a good workout for the quads, that's for sure. The hills around our house at home are going to seem mild in comparison.

It was timely when we went back into town that ...

Meeting the extended family and friends

A travel blog entry by gretchen.swain on Sep 04, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... anything she liked. Monday was one of those days that I never really knew what was going to happen next. It wasn't a bad day, but I definitely misunderstood some stuff. haha Her mom dropped us off at Laura's dad place. We had some sandwiches there then Laura's friend came, and he drove us to another town where we were going to see a concert. It was in the plaza of the town. I met another on of Laura's friends. The band was fine, but I felt awkward. After the ...


This B&B, located on C/ Cinco Canos 2, Coca, is near Panteon Nacional de los Heroes, Government Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Plaza Uruguaya, and Museo del Barro.
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