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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, we left Salamanca and traveled for two hours to Segovia. It was wonderful to drive through sunflower fields, especially since I did not know that was an important export from Spain!
Once we arrived in Segovia, we headed to the Alcazar, a castle/fortress with influence from the Moors and Catholics alike. It is really interesting to see the blend between the two cultures. While this is a common mixtures in ...
... had, and I have had my share of croquetas, what would dinner be with out jamón and queso, vino tinto, a caña (a beer) and we introduced the kids to fanta limón and fanta naranja (delicious soda only found in Europe, so much better than our syrupy soda). We made it back to the apartment about midnight, Amelie proclaimed that it was the best day of her life (she thanked me before going to bed), the boys were begging to go back to CO! Overall, it was a great first day!
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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, ...
Segovia, 50 miles from Madrid, is our second stop. A small and sedate place compared to Barcelona with 55,000 residents it boasts a magnificent Roman aqueduct, a grand cathedral and a historic castle. The city has restaurants famous for serving roast suckling pig and that is on our menu tonight. We took a high speed train this morning from Barcelona to Madrid and were met by our bus and driver for the next two weeks. The elevation here ...
... Alcazar at the far end. It was a steep climb up to the old town, at the top of the aqueduct, and we wandered through the old streets taking in a wide selection of architectural styles and periods. The Plaza Mayor was impressive, with the cathedral on one side. The cathedral had been destroyed during the Communeros revolt in 1511 and was rebuilt by Charles V in Gothic style.
The walk down ...