La Casita De Meli
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... the museum which we saw - her ring finger!!!!
We also tried the famous Yemas dessert that tastes good on the tongue but bad for your cholestorel and hips!!! Not one I would try again - it tasted like egg yolk and tonnes of sugar!!
Segovia is city of great importance in Roman and medieval times. Segovia's population is around 50,000 but what stick out as ...
... s destructive abilities; the wooden swords lasted an amazing five minutes, but it was GREAT while it lasted.
Our next stop en route to the castle was a little store filled with traditional Spanish fans. I don't know if any of you have seen the Disney vacation episode of The Middle, but during a trip to Disneyland, Brick needs to buy Mickey ears and takes practically the entire day to pick out which ones he needs...that was Amelie in the ...
... the first thing we did was find a café and get hot chocolate to warms our bodies while we looked over the tourist map and made our plan of attack.
First stop was to be the Museum of Segovia, my argument being that we should learn a little bit about the history of the city we were visiting while we were here, should be not? Next the city walls to get a view of the surrounding countryside before the full scale attack on the castle, also known as the Alcazar of Segovia ...
... We wandered around for ages, never coming close to seeing all of the fountains or gardens, but getting beautiful views of the grandiose palace from all angles.
We then had coffee and cakes (and several more hours of one-sided, but interesting, conversation) with Enrique and Juan, then they pointed us in the direction of a bar restaurant where we indulged in tasty tapas (calamari rings and cod-stuffed ...
... a second rest before a late dinner at El Bernardio- the 'Castilian style’ soup turned out to have chunks of bread in it, and both that and the creamed shrimp soup were too salty. The trout and beef stew were both fine if uninteresting. The desert of choice was caramel flan, which was okay. As usual, after dinner all we could do was crawl into bed.
Price; 2 chocolates and churros 8.2 E
Two menus of the day at El Bernardio, 32 E