La Casita De Meli
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... the blessing to travel under the Spanish flag to the new world. I don't want to be sappy, but it was so neat to see Amelie and Oliver's faces when we were telling them this story. It is simply amazing how real history becomes when traveling. Each child found something unique to cherish about the the castle: Amelie loved the detailing of the ceiling, Oliver embraced anything to do with the knights, and Ian and Elyse enjoyed the many window seats, ...
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Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Burger King (Yes, I'm embarrassed to document this)
- Dinner @ Malaspina (Mojitos, can't remember the food lol)
- Drinks @ Tapas y Mas (delicious gin and tonics)
Apartment, Calle de Las Huertas 14 (Airbnb)
This apartment was a steal. I ...
... merited on more than one account.
Though connected with the Spanish capital by two roads, it makes no attempts to extend the circle of its external relations; and in the winter any attempt to discover comfortable conveyance across the snows of Guadarrama, which separate it from Madrid, would be quite fruitless. During three months of the year, it seems, like many Alpine animals, to exist in a lethargic sleep. Segovia lives within itself among its mountains, ...
Day 9 We spend our morning walking around the arts district and stumbled across such a beautiful park. We then packed up and walked to the train station - a long walk with 25 kilos on your back!! We trained from Valencia to Madrid, then on to segovia. It was scenic, but things zoomed by at 300km an hour. We found our ...
... stuck with dinner. In addition, I find it incredibly interesting to see what's on offer at the grocery stores for the locals. You can find some very interesting products that way and learn about local lifestyles. On the way back from the Dia grocery store we stopped for a snack on some steps. We watched the locals moving around in their daily lives and soaked in the atmosphere. I had queso fresco, which ...