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... you just go up with a plate and put whatever you want on it. So the bar was covered in plates of delicious tapas. They all looked amazing! From there we went to anther. At which turned out to be a club so the night escalated very quickly! We got some cheap drink vouchers from a kiwi girl outside so we had a few drinks and a dance there and before we knew it it was 2am! Time to go home so we can get up and explore San Seb ...
... but we do know that the Romans built it during their conquest in Spain. Part of the aqueduct was actually destroyed by the Moors in 1072, but was since restored in the 15th century. It has been preserved so well. I learned a lot about el acueducto de Segovia when I took culture of Spain at WVU, and it was an honor to finally see it in person.
Well, now we are headed to Madrid for the rest of our trip until we fly out on Tuesday.
... became the capital of a unified Spain in the 1500s, the kings and queens of Castile lived in this superlative castle. Built in the 13th century, it is a classic fortified palace of the Middle Ages. Though not as grand as Renaissance- and Baroque-era palaces and chateaux (or as Disney's version of the castle), the Alcazar possesses a delightful balance and elegant simplicity. The interior rooms were very opulent, with incredible decorative ceilings, and ...
... a number of cathedrals already, we did walk the entire perimeter of the area. The square had small roads radiating out from the center with homes and markets. They were full of people and plenty to look at. After a while we found a nice park and ate our lunch on the benches. We even fed a little to the birds standing by our feet. At this point we realized we much preferred Spain to what we had seen. The architecture was more our style, everything a ...
... have arrived in Segovia during the festival of San Juan and San Pedro, the patron saints of the city. There are activities every evening for the next week.
Bryan arrives by train from Madrid this afternoon, so he’ll join is this evening for a classical concert on the plaza by the Aqueduct and later a faux-Beatles concert at the Plaza Mayor.