La Data Centro de Turismo Rural
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... of rjocca red wine. His white wine - Verdejo - is produced from 250 year old vines. His red wine, produced expressly to accompany his suckling pig, is a blend of Tinto fino (91%), Cabernet Sauvignon (6%) and Merlot (3%). We were served all that and much more last night and I was consequently not up to finishing a blog entry on my return to our hotel a few hundred yards away at about 11.30. It's hard work touring Spain but I'm bearing up and doing my bit for their ...
... round-a-bouts later on that day). The saddest part of the story; though, was that there are no hotels! Let me rephrase, there was one hotel, but it closed a while back and thenext closest hotel was two towns up the hill. So, we decided that this place would have to get a second chance (the next time we wake up early,that is--p.s. I'm setting the alarm on that iPhone thingy right now!).
Since there were no hotels, we first visited the park to get ...
After checking into my hostel, which is right next to Palacio Real, I went back to the palace, but this time to go inside. Unfortunately you can't take photos inside - *******os! (Not that that's stopped me before, ahem Mannheim, Sistine chapel...) but I left my phone behind on charge so it was difficult to pull a sneaky. The first sight was the Royal Pharmacy, which would have been interesting for Chris, with all ...
Today we'll complete our walk along the Eresma River. We approach the dauntingly steep steps of the Alcázar short cut. This time, as in the You Tube video in the last chapter, we'll be going down. We may not be as fast as the person who filmed the video, but it’s sure easier going down than coming up. At the bottom we pass the Casa de la Moneda,the ...
After a 6:00AM wake-up call, 7:00AM luggage call and quick breakfast (same menu as yesterday), we boarded the bus at 8:00AM sharp and headed across the Sierra de Guadarrama mountain range for SEGOVIA! As soon as we pulled in, we were charmed. We found Segovia to be as quaint and historic as any other medieval village that we've seen throughout Europe. It is part of the Castille region of Spain, and was ...