Hotel El Rancho
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... kids discovered the local candy shop was right next door. They quickly learned enough Spanish to get some chupa chups and a couple other treats. By then, John and I saw the table next to us order a plate of patatas mixtas. This encouraged us to order the same (as well as a few more cañas). I was willing to spend the money to stay for a night and just enjoy the plaza. It was such a fun place to watch kids play soccer and girls with hula hoops. I am sure our ...
... fridge to find my food half-eaten, with the culprit's fork still left in there. (Maybe I should have kept it for DNA evidence.) The lovely German girls were in the kitchen again and were horrified that someone had done that, so they offered me their left overs. So nice of them!!! Early start tomorrow as I'm off to Sevilla, so bed time for me! Best moment: stairway in Monasterio de las Descalzes Reales Worst moment: someone stealing my food Fave photo: El Escorial ...
... available to the public. Such a monumental structure that has survived two millenniums, constructed without any mortar and used constantly until quite recently, is really quite a sight to see.
Alun has an ulterior motive with this visit. He has been photographed at the top of the Aqueduct twice before, in earlier periods of his life. He poses ...
... it that the devil brought up demons to build it before sunrise, and if he succeeded, he could take a soul. However, the devil failed and he himself was turned into stone.
The second place we visited was the Cathedral of Segovia. It is one of the last cathedrals to be built in the Gothic style and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It is located in the Plaza Mayor square, which is the city's main square. Within the cathedral there are massive paintings ...
... when we got there. I think we were all creeping and taking multiple pictures of them playing fútbol, jump rope, and tag. ANYWAY, we started out in the library, which is one of the most preserved and important libraries in all of Europe. It's home to hundreds and thousands of original copy books and manuscripts. From there, we went into the chapel part of the building. It was gorgeous. That's probably really repetitive but I don't really know how else to describe ...