Natura de Segovia
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... years and still standing. Stunning.
Warmed up with Chocolate Con Churros before walking up to the top of the Aqueduct. Drove to the 12 sided church and found a free carpark - Iglesia de la Vela Cruz. Huge school group so walked up to Alcazar from there first.
Was an impressive castle sitting high above Segovia. The country around Segovia was beautiful with stone houses ...
... gold and statues and pictures of religious gore.
Jeff lost a few points today. Halfway through the church tour I noticed on the ticket no photo, no video. OOPS!
Vino tinto in our hotel garden and off tonight to have the local speciality - conchillo asado - wood oven roated pig. BUT not until 8.30. No one eats at least then.
Glad to hear everyone is enjoying their holidays.
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... was more than happy to do so since she was starving.
I left Amelie at the bar with my beer and walked to the apartment to relieve John of his nap duties so he could also enjoy some of the wealth. After the younger kids were done with their naps (about twenty minutes later), we finally made it out to dinner. Oliver ordered his plate of Pulpo a la gallega (grilled octopus sprinkled with paprika). He loved it and ate it all! Our day was ...
... 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, ...
... Fallen. We did, however, go to see it and were fascinated by the utter silence of the basilica and the sheer size of the monument Franco ordered built. The views of the surrounding valley and mountains were spectacular, and we could see some of the tiny chapels along the ridge that mark the Stations of the Cross.
Onwards to San Idefonso and our first airbnb experience with Enrique and Juan...and what ...