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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a 2 and a half hour drive to Segovia. We had a small toilet stop along the way. Once again the drive into the city was amazing, the cathedral is on the highest point and stands out. The other main features of Segovia is the aqueduct. It was built at the end of the 1st century by the Romans and was until up until the 1960s. It was originally 19km long. It was mindblowing that it was still standing after so long and that's it's still in such ...
... that look out on the surrounding area. On a clear day, you can see the snowcapped mountains around the castle; all we could see were the town and countryside, both especially pretty from the top of the central tower that we climbed at the end of our visit.
It was warming up and the rain seemed gone for good, so we agreed to check out one more medieval city down in this plain before driving to Madrid. Of course, it started raining again on our ...
... 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.