Hotel El Rancho
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... menu - you get what he makes, and it's described to you but not in English. I am sorry I didn't take notes! Second course was described as autumn leaves but was basically iberico ham, edible as well as real twigs, dehydrated potatoes that were like dried leaves, and so on. I won't go on about every course but will show you in photos what the rest looked like. Finally, I just need to show you how beautiful the autumn is here in ...
El Escorial was a very interesting place because we went there to see only one thing. To be exact, we weren't in El Escorial, we were in San Lorenzo del El Escorial, which is a small town just above the real El Escorial. It is where the giant Monastery was built, which is what we went to see. It was originally Royal Property and that was it. It was named after the Patron Saint, San Lorenzo. The Royal Crown eventually decided to allow people to live in the area though ...
... guitar. If this had been in the US, I would have been bored out of my mind, but the effect of it being read by passionate Spanish people accompanied by the classical guitar made it incredibly interesting. I now feel very cultured. After the poetry came the real show - Flamenco. This woman was amazing. Although I caught a glimpse of the Flamenco in Cadiz, it was nothing compared to this. The guitar playing in the background was completely improv and the woman moved ...
Since I have been living in Segovia now for about 3 weeks, I thought I would share some random thoughts on the culture :). First, I'll start out by saying that the mentality is wonderful here. Everything is very laid back, people don't worry nearly as much as we do back home. If there's an issue or a problem that comes up, they have a very nonchalant way of looking at things, like everything will work itself out. And it does. They know that almost none of their daily, weekly ...
... salad this good before EVER). Bar food has taken on an entirely new meaning for me. Peanuts? What the heck is that? I need some octopus and ensalada....STAT! We finally completed the night, girls in tow, around eleven o'clock. What an adventure. Antonio joked about me driving home. Obviously, that was not going to happen if you catch my drift. Spain is quite a place... Love to all at home. HUGS AND ...