La Data Centro de Turismo Rural
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... done by the great masters of the world, or the sculptors whose work are displayed in the Louvre or the Prado? Do not forget the stone masons that had to carve each rock to fit on the other. Now just as the last little cherry on the cake, consider the fact that it took 250 years to build. I am stumped, I might have to leave it to the more clever guys like Tom, Frank, Steve and Jeff to price that one. I will only put my neck out to offer to take care of ...
... a house decorated nicely. (No, this is not me being spoiled here, it was REALLY that bad)...
Friday was definitely one of my favorite trips so far and I have a feeling that not very many trips here in Spain will top it. We went to Segovia with my Civilización y Cultura class, and for those that don't think that I'm doing any studying here in Spain (because speaking and immersing myself in another culture is not enough... not salty) I had an entire packet of homework to ...
... classes for the rest of the day, and we ALL went out to have some fun in a giant group.
Later, our American group tried to have an American meal at the only American restaurant in town called Foster's Hollywood (since it was the 4th of July). It was probably the worst idea we have ever had because of how incredibly long everything took, the food kinda sucked, and they charged us a ton of money for water we didn't even drink. Every American in Segovia was there, ...
... Alberto. Graziano offers to show us aspects of the town that most visitors don't see. While walking down the main drag, he sees a friend in the Hotel-Spa La Casa Mudéjar.
"I helped in the restoration of this place" he tells us. “The owner is giving a tour of the restored spa, why don’t we join him?”
It’s a revelation. ...
... Roman Aqueduct. This dates back to last 1st C BC. It is 14,965 meters in length and has a maximum height of 28.10 meters. It is considered a master piece of Roman hydronic engineering. It carried water to Segovia. It was declared a National Monument in 1884 and a World Heritage Site in 1985. As you walk through this town, you see some familiar sites that I have grown to like in Spain. There are small streets, town squares or ...