Hotel El Rancho
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... to meet us all, managing to entice Mark and Ev with a desert. His tapas was free. His restaurant, he told us, was popular because it was quiet. .... he even had sound proof windows. Not a bad ideas in this city!
When i asked of his opinion on the best place in Segovia for Cochinillo Asado, he said without doubt...........Marias! This was now the third recommendation so we figured there had to be something in it.
The 'restaurant' it seems was out ...
... to Santiago de Compostela. It has a nice map to show the route, everything is clearly marked to show pilgrims how much distance there is between the towns and posadas. It is so fun to say that we walked part of the camino, it is something that is for sure on our bucket list to do, but I think we will get to wait a few more years before our kids are up for the fun.
The end of our adventure continues our cycle. We headed back to catch the bus, missed it by ...
So today we undertook our most daring expedition yet: shopping. Yes, castles, small streets, narrow stairs, huge rocks, and falling umbrellas (Spain has some intense wind!) are all very exciting, but we were with Nana on this particular shopping expedition. For those of you who know my energetic, vivacious grandmother, that is enough information, and you are (or at least should be ;) thoroughly ...
Today Bryan leaves us, so we have programmed a visit to the Monastery of Santa Maria del Parral, located on the opposite bank of the River Eresma. This involves descending the infamous Alcázar short cut steps once more. The monastery only opens at set times, so we have chosen the 11:30 am time slot. Rushing down the steps and up the hill on the other side, we arrive panting at the massive door, only to ...
... a Coke and a side tour with Grandpa.
We also participated in a self guided walking tour of Segovia that led us through the old town stopping at several important buildings and sites along the way to the Alkazar - the castle is built on top of original Roman ruins of the city. The castle has been used over the years as a military school before it was a tourist attraction. It is ...