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TravelPod Member ReviewsAcueducto Hotel Segovia
this was a nice room and great bathroom. The shower was big enough for 2 :). the only downfall was that the WiFi was not in our rooms and we had to go down to the lobby each time to call home or send an email. Staff very helpful and coffee was wonderful.
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This morning dawned bright and sunny and hot - again! We enjoyed our fruit dinner last night and I have to say that the nectarine and peach (it was like a golden queen) reminded me of the fruit we used to get in NZ. Firm, sweet and full of taste, not like the rubbish we've had in recent years. Maybe our best fruit is going overseas?
Anyway our first mission today was to visit the castle dominating ...
Welcome to Segovia, where everything is perfect. Walking into Segovia was literally like walking into a medieval time period. Everything about the city was absolutely amazing. With nearly everything being built by either the Romans, Muslims or Christian Kings, the history lying within the city was unbelievable.
We left Madrid early in the morning on Friday in a train and arrived in Segovia early afternoon. We walked out of the train station and entered in a world made ...
... Madrid that so much covered parking is provided. Anyway, we boarded the local bus, along with quite a few others, and made our way to the main square, getting our first glimpse of the city's landmark, the aqueduct. What a sight it is! Just amazing!
As usual we headed to the i and luckily scored a young man who gave us very good information. We do so very much appreciate the helpfulness of the i people. Had to then walk up the hill to our grand old hotel and ...
... has plenty for them to do.
After settling into our new digs, we sally forth in search of victuals. There aren’t many shops to choose from in the historical centre. Nearby there’s a small bakery that carries some essentials such as bread, milk, eggs and of course wine, which is indispensable to any Spanish inventory.
We are surprised to find that the sun is still ...
... to say, my legs will be very sore from all the stairs and running down them on the way back down. Good exercise right?
After our quick stop in Segovia, it was a 2 hour bus ride back to Madrid for our final night in the city. Since we spent the past 2 nights relaxing, I got talked into going out. There's a world renown night club in Madrid called El Kapital. It's 7 stories and supposed to be incredible. However, it was 18 Euro to get in (about $25) and ...