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Travel Blogs from Segovia
... br> We would have stopped to walk around this beautiful gem but there was a service in progress. Instead we continue to the acueducto and decide to walk its length which will lead us to the Monasterio de San Antonio El Real. The streets are empty save for the few early morning tourists like us. The difference in temperature, a little under 10 degrees, between Segovia and Madrid is noticable, especially on the extremities!
Walking the acueducto
Viewed from the ...
... called El Bernadino. All four of us ordered the pig, and it was the most delicious thing I've ever tasted. If ever you go to Segovia, you must try a pig! I then had a melon for dessert, which was quite alright, we talked about funnythings on the way back to the room, then went to bed. I say today hello to real Europe, don't get me wrong, Madrid is no dump, but nothing can beat the quaintness of a lovely small town like Segovia, See you again tomorrow from Avila, Bye for now
... people with all different kinds of disabilities, including psychological disorders, and one for teaching children how to speak English. I am going to try both of them out on Wednesday to decide if I want to do them both, or just one or the other. I also went with Jordan and Katelyn to get Henna tattoos, but I had to go to class, so hopefully I'll get mine tomorrow =).
That's all for now!
... it that the devil brought up demons to build it before sunrise, and if he succeeded, he could take a soul. However, the devil failed and he himself was turned into stone.
The second place we visited was the Cathedral of Segovia. It is one of the last cathedrals to be built in the Gothic style and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It is located in the Plaza Mayor square, which is the city's main square. Within the cathedral there are massive paintings ...
... artifacts and books from miliarty school a few hundred years old. Interesting to see manuals on how to use certain kinds of weapons as well as military strategy dating from so long ago. On the top of the towers there is graffiti along the wall dating back to the 1930's - maybe the castle was still a military stronghold during WWII.
Segovia is a beautiful old town with an ...