Hotel El Rancho
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... finally made it to Segovia and set of to have the biggest lunch we had to date. Lovely suckling pig, certified 11 days old, and a quarter lamb. The "cochinilla" is a regional favorite, and i can highly recommend "Casa Duque" a restaurant that can be booked 3 months in advance. We made sure that we arrived early since we didn't have a reservation. Now trust 4 meat loving South African's to get in there with paws glowing with fat, and happiness shining out of each ...
Friday night after we got back, I went to a Flamenco show. One of the Butler girls in the program has also been taking Flamenco lessons here in Spain, and her dance studio hosted a professional Flamenco artist. Me and several of my friends went to this free show, which ended up being partly a poetry reading. For the first 45 minutes, various people from the audience went up on stage to read old Spanish poetry accompanied by a guy ...
... Spaniards who probably didn't mean to be there on the 4th, so it was packed. We then went to Calle de los Bares for a little and had some fun dancing there.
Friday was our excursion to the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and to the Valley of the Fallen. The Monastery is a HUGE building outside of Madrid that is home to a giant Basilica, an amazing art collection, an ancient library, tombs of tons of past Spanish royalty, amazing historical artifacts, ...
... A Catholic group visiting from Kokomo, Indiana is also attending mass and their parish priest has been asked to read the psalms in English.
After mass we stroll around this magnificent building, the last Gothic church to be built in Spain.
Wandering through the Plaza Mayor we meet our hosts of the AIRBNB flat. Maria, Graziano and ...
... point was reached around late 90s and even now if we stopped burning any fossil fuels it will take about 50 yeas for things to stabilize. The outlook for the future is not that great. According to Dave we will see the shift in populating northern hemisphere - Canada, Siberia and southern countries becoming deserts. At the moment the basic sea currents are changing drastically which contributes to current strange's ...