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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Also today we saw everything I am about to list in the actual city of Segovia: Casa de los Picos, Plaza de San Martín, Calle Juan Bravo, Convento del Corpus Christi, Catedral, y barrio de las Canonjías y Alcázar. Everything was absolutely wonderful and so gorgeous. When we went in the cathedral, they had live people playing the organ up on the top level and the sound coming out of these huge ...
... Avila region performed traditional village type dances. They were outfitted in their regional dress and it was super. Peter had said not long before that that we had not seen flamenco dancing, and then we scored this treat. It was not flamenco dancing, but many different village type dances, with musicians and singers providing accompaniment. The Avila group also used castanets in their dances. The National Ballet from Benin, (we had to look up where that was), the ...
... and felt like queens. The cliffs surrounding the town was jawdropping and I marveled at the skills of our driver.
Valencia is a city that was inhabited greeks, cartaginenses, romans and muslims. Muslims especially made an important contribution through the watering system (an 8 channel system stemming from the Plaza de la Virgen), crafts, gardens, and orange trees.
The bell tower is known as Micalet and it is 50m long and we had to go ...
... s not difficult to order. We finished our walking tour at 6:15. We found a little bar with cheap drinks and good Spanish wine. The staff put out olives, and white kidney beans in sauce with bread as the tapas that comes free with drinks. Greg orders the drinks in Spanish, and it's fun practicing the language. We are back at the hotel deciding what to do for dinner. We end up walking the city trying to find something cheap and ...
... Devastated by fire in 1862, was later rebuilt. Now houses the General Militar de Segovia archive and museum of the Royal School of Artillery, managed by the Board of the Alcazar.
We decided to skip lunch in Segovia and head back to our favourite Indian restaurant in madrid. The famous item in Segovia was roast suckling pig:) Segovia was indeed very beautiful. It was the rural countryside spanish feeling we wanted to experience and we got it in loads.