La Data Centro de Turismo Rural
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... it was already closed (as well as the local tourist offices and most of the businesses). One place that was open was a real estate office specializing in 'Fincas' (a type of summer home for more elite Madrileņos). John stopped in and asked for directions to the nearest mountain trail. The agents were more than helpful by hand-drawing a map on how to get to a local lake (one even left the office early and caught us to show us which way to turn on one ...
Bye bye Madrid, we are on our way to Segovia.
We drive to the Valley of the Fallen, to look at the monument that Francisco Franco had built for the casualties of the Spanish Civil War. Safe to say the whole experience was very moving.
Then onward to the Monastery at El Escorial and lunch at a local Cafe.
Back in the car and on our way to Segovia, we arrive and check into a Paradore and the place has ...
... 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 ...
... then walked home with Sabrina.
I then ate dinner with my host parents kind of early (the typical time for dinner is 10PM) at 8:30 because I thought I was going to go out with my friends later, but we didn't end up doing that. We had salmon, seared mushrooms in a light sauce, and this really good salad my host mom makes with lettuce, carrots, peas, hard boiled eggs and potatoes with oil and vinegar. It sounds kind of ...
... luggage, navigated 2 Spanish city metros and a bus from Madrid to Segovia. I am now a pro at navigating 2 large, rolling suitcases on escalators. It is not an easy or graceful task, I assure you. My host mom, Pilar, picked me up from the bus station, and instantly took me to a little reception of her and her husband (Javier)'s friends at the little bar about 20 steps from our flat. I met so many people and absolutely no one speaks English. ...