Salinas de Imon Hotel & Spa
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... it all in. We made our way to Diego de Leon, about an hour's walk away from the park. Sue used to stay here when she studied abroad in Madrid forty years ago. We walked back to our hotel and went for a glass of wine before dinner. On our last night together, we actually had Thai food that was very good. We went back to the hotel early because Sue had to get up at 3:30 AM. ...
... bus didn't leave for an hour and a half. We walked around Moncloa for a little bit and had some cafe con leche. We then took a bus to Segovia. On the bus ride over, we passed the Valle de los Caidos, a huge cross on top of a mountain. After an hour bus ride, we walked towards the Roman aqueducts, which were beautiful. We then meandered to the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral Segovia (which was under construction sadly). Then we walked to the Alcazar, a castle. ...
... been to, but most were far too crowded. We ended up settling for a wine+tapas place right next to a place I had previously been with a rooftop bar, which was open for us to go up and take a quick look at the great views. We ended the night at a club I knew about and went to bed at a reasonable time in order to do more things the next day.
Our group of five was increased to six when we met Flor that night. Flor was from Argentina and it was her birthday ...
... Plaza de Espana located down from our hotel and then to the Royal Palace (Palacio Real). Behind the Royal Palace, we stumbled upon San Francisco el Grande Basilica, where mass was taking place. The church was exquisite and it was very interesting to be part of the service to take in all the sights and sounds of such a formal occasion.
After leaving the church, we crossed over Segovia Viaduct (Viaducto de la calle Sergovia), a bridge know for ...
... the Col D'Aubisque. Stopping for our picnic lunch at the top of Route Soulor was truly one of the prettiest places in the world. Finding a lovely green knoll overlooking the snow capped mountains we watched the clouds dance and move around the peaks whilst the sheep below moved through the green paddocks with their farmer and border collie in tow. Finding a bottle of white wine in the boot helped the vista go down smoother and the cows further along the mountain ...