Hotel Rural A Toca

Camino de Escalona, s/n , Segovia, Castile-León, 40370 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Segovia

Somos Segovianos hoy

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson


... of peace on entering the building. Sitting down in the pews I was struck by how easy it was to forget the world outside - at least for a short time - and enjoy the peace and tranquility.

Built following the example of the Cathedral of Jaca, its tower still preserves the remains of a former mozarabe building, in terms of design the Islamic influence is clear (decorations and vaults in caliphal style) and arcades used as meeting points (instead of the colonnades of ...

Hello real Europe!

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35


... top was spectacular, more so after we climbed 152 large spiral stairs to get to the top.

We departed a while after and Dad bought some beer at the supermarket down the road. We headed back to the room for an hour for a chance to relax. Conor and Dad went looking for dinner options, only to discover a festival starting in the main square with 25000 Catholics! Honestly, it was as busy as the public toilets at the MCG on AFL Grand Final day. We quickly chose a ...

Keepin it brief!

A travel blog entry by ninaluna

... of baby pig, and then we went to the fair. Then later, I watched the Brazil vs. Espaņa Confederation Cup Championship game with my host parents and all of their friends at the bar down the street. We kinda got killed 3-0, but the soccer was amazing. Pure skill and athleticism. I can definitely see myself becoming a soccer fan!

Today I went to check out two internship opportunities: one at The White Cross, which is a ...


A travel blog entry by cmebacher


Today was our very first excursion in Spain to Segovia! It is a marvelous little town located in the center of Spain about an hour from Madrid. Segovia is most famous for it's 2,000 year old Roman aqueduct. It was used to transport water down from the mountains to the city. It is one of the best-preserved ancient monuments. The aqueduct has 167 arches and was constructed by stacking stones on top of each other without using any cement. It is very impressive. ...

So, the boys want castles?

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys


... a Coke and a side tour with Grandpa.

We also participated in a self guided walking tour of Segovia that led us through the old town stopping at several important buildings and sites along the way to the Alkazar - the castle is built on top of original Roman ruins of the city. The castle has been used over the years as a military school before it was a tourist attraction. It is ...


This hotel is located on Camino de Escalona, s/n , Segovia.
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