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We were up super early this morning, 5:30am, to get our bus to Salamanca. It was a 20min walk to the bus station so we were out the door by 6am. It was surprisingly dark at 6am and absolutely no other people around at all. Nothing happens early in Spain and even when we got the bus station at 6:30am there were still very few people around. The bus was so empty so we were able to have a whole seat each to spread out. We ...
Another early start as the bus was leaving at 8am. I had to have all my stuff packed and take a taxi to the hall of residence and drop it off then go to the bus. I said my goodbyes to Marisol then headed off. I was expecting to just leave my bags so somewhere at the residence but they gave me my key and I could put my stuff in my room. The room has one window with an outside shutter so as to keep out the sun- curtains don't cut the mustard round ...
... that look out on the surrounding area. On a clear day, you can see the snowcapped mountains around the castle; all we could see were the town and countryside, both especially pretty from the top of the central tower that we climbed at the end of our visit.
It was warming up and the rain seemed gone for good, so we agreed to check out one more medieval city down in this plain before driving to Madrid. Of course, it started raining again on our ...
... spread out and not so cramped, weather was about a million times better than rain and cold and the culture was a lot more laid back.
After feeding the birds and eating our lunch, we headed off to the castle in Segovia. Now this place looked like a princess castle. There was a garden in the front, the spires were silver while the rest of the castle was a sandstone that made it an salmon type color. And the whole area overlooked the entire city! The ...
Our host hurries down to open up the apartment. It's ground floor in a restored 3-storey home in the ancient Juderia District within the historical centre just a few yards from the Plaza Mayor. It’s a charming place and our host is very welcoming. She, and her Italian husband and two children live on the top floor. Their profession is to restore historical monuments and ...