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... the inspiration for Disney's Cinderella castle). We had a picnic in a park by one of Segovia's rivers, and then had a very unique opportunity -- we were given a tour of the Convento de Santa Cruz la Real, which contains the cave where Saint Dominic prayed and was inspired to start the Dominican order in Spain. The convent is currently part of the prestigious IE University, and the vice-chancellor of the college gave us the tour. What an experience! After a long uphill ...
... to find a little oasis in the sun just up the road. Feeling rested I continued on my way, not sure what lay ahead. They saved the best till last and after another ten minute walk on winding streets I turned a corner to behold an unbelievable fairytale castle that was like something out of Disneyland.
For 5 euros I got entrance to the whole castle including the battlements. I spent so long looking through the castle and I was so hungry and tired by the time I had ...
Today we traveled to Segovia, Spain to see the famous Roman aqueduct. It is a very impressive sight. We wandered through the Plaza mayor buying fresh fruit for Crisann to the Segovia cathedral and eventually to a beautiful castle. The most exciting moment of the day came on the return walk. The streets were so narrow that we marveled at the parked construction truck commenting that the road was now closed. Well it ...
... enjoy a jazz session on a stage below the aqueduct.
This is our last night, and as a special farewell just for us, the city has put on a firework display. Of course, it’s at midnight, so we are obliged to stay up to watch the spectacular pyrotechnic show bursting over the ancient city walls. I guess this will have to replace our 4th. of July fireworks on the golf course in Miami ...
... language skills were put to the test! Also, I instantly began learning the customs of Spain (including kissing both cheeks, not only when you meet someone, but every SINGLE time you see someone you know). Everyone was very warm and welcoming, and also, incredibly confused by my combination of blonde hair with tan skin lol.
After I took a late siesta, I spent the rest of the night with my host parents and their friends at El Bar de As (Ace ...