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... it was pretty awesome. The architecture was absolutely amazing in all of the buildings. Later during the day, we drove about 20 minutes to another part to see el Palacio del Real Sitio de la Granja de San Ildefonso. This is where King Filipe V lived. This place was unbelievable. There were so many rooms with so much detail, and an elaborate chandelier in every room. When we walked outside, we ...
... Dancers from US, and a colourful energetic group from Costa Rica rounded off a great evening of entertainment. We thought it would be very crowded so left the camera behind, but we had an excellent view from the terrace above the i. So, no photos, which is a pity as they looked wonderful. I will see if photos are on the net.
Next stop - Madrid, by bus, as it is only an hour fifteen, and half the price of the train.
Segovia, was a real gem! We love Spain!
... steps. It has 12 bells with Miguel ringing at every hour and Manuel ringing when the door to the city walls closed. Also if the fire at the top of the bell tower went out it meant that pirates were coming. The view from the top of the tower was astonishing. The walk up was not too hard and the moment we exited the staircase the bell started ringing making me almost jump out of my skin. We were once again able to see the sunset from the top of the tower ...
... nice atmosphere. We go to a restaurant that has a great outlook over the city lights. We have a beer which has frozen bits through it and the tapas on offer is greasy. So we go to the restaurant where we had lunch yesterday. The girl remembers us and gives us a smile. We just have beer and with each beer they bring out a plate of food, free! We don't need any dinner. There are people out everywhere on the walk home and it's after ...
Guest Post by Keith
After arriving in Madrid on Saturday and enjoying catching up with Meghan and Anoop (and as Anoop said before I left, "Meet you in Madrid! How often do you get to say that?"), we were by now in the area just outside Madrid.
Our first stop of the day was Santa Cruz del Valle de Los Caidos – or the Valley of the Fallen. Tucked into the mountains, this part-basilica, part-grave, part-national monument ...