La Casita De Meli

Address: Segovia, Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cathedral of Segovia, and Cabildo Catedral de Segovia.
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Travel Blogs from Segovia

Segovia (Emily)

A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394 on Jul 27, 2014

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... but we do know that the Romans built it during their conquest in Spain. Part of the aqueduct was actually destroyed by the Moors in 1072, but was since restored in the 15th century. It has been preserved so well. I learned a lot about el acueducto de Segovia when I took culture of Spain at WVU, and it was an honor to finally see it in person.

Well, now we are headed to Madrid for the rest of our trip until we fly out on Tuesday.

Until later!


The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in the Plain

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 22, 2014

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... became the capital of a unified Spain in the 1500s, the kings and queens of Castile lived in this superlative castle. Built in the 13th century, it is a classic fortified palace of the Middle Ages. Though not as grand as Renaissance- and Baroque-era palaces and chateaux (or as Disney's version of the castle), the Alcazar possesses a delightful balance and elegant simplicity. The interior rooms were very opulent, with incredible decorative ceilings, and ...

Back into small town living

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 02, 2014

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... spectacular. We then bought tickets and went through a tour inside. The majority of the items in the castle were artillery related but since Segovia was the headquarters for artillery this made sense. There was a fair amount of cannons, armor, swords and other weapons that came from the time.
Once we had seen enough of the inside, we ventured down a stairwell that took us back to the town below. This view was even better. The walk down was nice ...

El Escorial and Segovia. And snow!

A travel blog entry by robselclark on Nov 16, 2013

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... that many tourist treasures lie within. About 10km from Escorial is the Valle de Los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen) basilica and monument, built in 1959 by Franco to commentate the 40,000 casualties of the Spanish Civil War who are buried there. The huge basilica (it's crypt is bigger than the one under St Peter's) is wholly excavated into a granite ridge and on the ...

Day 8: Segovia

A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 19, 2013

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... to even stop to look up like us tourists do today - I highly doubt it. Seems like they were a filthy rich and spoilt bunch. There was also a smallish display of royal silver, what was left after Napoleon Bonaparte's brother melted it down to fund various wars. The Royal Armoury was awesome. I couldn't help myself, I snuck a quick photo when the security guard was on the other side of a horse to me. There was both ...