La Cija Y La Tena De Casla

C/ San Jose, 6, Segovia, Castile-León, 40590, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ San Jose, 6, Segovia, is near Palacio Real de la Granja.
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Travel Blogs from Segovia

Slaying dragons while keeping cool!

A travel blog entry by heiner6 on Jun 09, 2014

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... Finally, we were able to begin our day. (note: since nothing really opens until 10:00, I didn't feel like we slept too much of the day away, at least I DIDN'T).

Everyone was packed up, fed, and dressed, we were ready. Oliver desperately wanted to buy a wooden sword that he had seen during a meltdown the day before and insisted that that be the first item on the day's itinerary. He had been proclaiming for the past five months that all ...

IES Weekend Trip - Valencia

A travel blog entry by amyryush on Jan 26, 2014

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... Thus it is floating on the other side. In this building we watched a imax movie on the Historia de una Falla, wooden structures that are absolutely HUGE and which are placed in the Plaza de la Virgen for 3 days and then burnt in a huge ceremony. Watching it burn gave me the goosebumps. It signified that everything is finite and the motivation to start anew.
The aquarium was slightly random but apparently it is the biggest in Europe.

Oh ...

Romans and Royalty

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Oct 04, 2013

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... used to carry water from a lake on one side of the city to the other side, but now is just a convenient tourist attraction. It remains the best known example of Roman presence in all of Spain and is also the tallest remaining Roman aqueduct in the world!

After seeing the aqueduct, we walked completely across the city in about 30 minutes to the Alcazar of Segovia. (Alcazar is an the Arabic word for Castle). Located on the ...

Chapter Ten - Another day in Segovia

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 28, 2013

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... volunteer and that few people ever come to visit the convent, in spite of the fact that part of it has been converted to a very luxurious hotel. She tells us that presently there are only eight sequestered nuns in the convent and that sadly few girls seem to be interested today to being cloistered as a nun out of sight and sound of humanity.

We ...

Our last day in Segovia

A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on May 27, 2013

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... Eventually we climbed back to the city and stopped to look at the detailed diorama in the tourist information office beside the aqueduct. It was a magnificent piece of work, but lacked labels and was covered in dust. If I’d lived in Segovia, I would have volunteered to fix it up for them, it was so impressive and sadly run down.

From there we headed out to take a closer look at the other end of the Aqueduct. We followed it ...