La Casita De Meli
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... Sábado, Marzo 21st 2015
Señora has discovered a couple of jewels in the sight seeing department. Caceres and now Segovia. How did those Romans build that aqueduct over two thousand years ago without a tower crane, a JCB, and no mortar!!!
Riaza - Domingo, Marzo 22nd 2015
Two years ago, I reported that as a result Blighty losing control of the jet stream, the weather in Portugal & Spain had suffered. You've done it again, you blighters!!! ...
Capítulo 3: "Eres el primer judio que he conocido"
I was only in Madrid for two days before we took our first excursion.
We traveled for an hour via bus up North to the city of Segovia, in the province of Castilla y León. We were told the weather would be slightly less warm than it has been here in Madrid, however, it really wasn't that much better, and since we did so much walking we were ...
... I know where you need to go, we followed, John had met up again with the first
woman he had chatted with and she was guiding him. Terre (my Spanish
lady) and John's Spanish guide saw each other, they were
friends...how crazy!! Anyway, Terre is the only reason I didn't ditch John with the kids and go get wine! We had a quick visit with her, got settled in this amazing apartment, and took a 6 hour nap.
Dinner time, it is 10PM and we headed ...
... stunning from the steps leading to Calle Obispo Gandásegui. It's from here that you can really appreciate the acueducto. A masterpiece of Roman design and construction it was built to carry water from the Sierra de
Guadarrama mountains to the city. There are a total of 166 arches (we didn't count them!) with a length of 958 metres and just over 28 metres at its highest point.
It was constructed with granite blocks from Guadarrama "a hueso" without mortar. Water ran on ...
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 ...