Eurostars Plaza Acueducto
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... that I relish reporting on. In D. Thomas's words "Llareggub" of interest to write!!
This blog has never been about sight seeing, or monuments nor historic buildings visited. It has been a tribute to Cervantes, whose old bones have just been found in a convent in Spain. Like Don Quixote, my blog attempts to recount the amusing adventures of two silly old romantics with ,of course, me, their faithful hound on their innocent travels around Europe. With ...
... s quite a few towers around the Alcazar, and most of them are quite big, and topped with big blue spires.
There were heaps of rooms that I liked. But my favourite room had to be the armour room. There were heaps of amazing suits of armour, there were even suits which were kid-sized, and ones on armoured horseback. It was awesome, check out the photos in the blog or below it to see me with them. It was awesome.
I’d give ...
... Are you visiting here from the states?
Señora: Are you Emilie's friend?
Me: Terre, SI!!!!
So, this wonderful woman I met about 15 years ago lives only a few blocks
from our apartment. She knew that we were coming because Emilie had
shared the information with her...and really we were like a traveling circus and quite easy to identify. She happened to meet up with us in this plaza! We had a quick greeting and she said follow ...
... at the top of the acueducto and then crossed the city underground until it reached the alcázar . Walking along the streets the course of the water can be traced by the brass plaques in the road. We walk along Calle Obispo Gandásegui towards Calle Juan Bravo - one of the main throughfares which leads into Plaza Mayor.
Casa de los Picos (House of Spikes)
Located on the corner of Calle Obispo Gandásegui and Calle Juan Bravo is the Casa de los Picos, so called, ...
... called El Bernadino. All four of us ordered the pig, and it was the most delicious thing I've ever tasted. If ever you go to Segovia, you must try a pig! I then had a melon for dessert, which was quite alright, we talked about funnythings on the way back to the room, then went to bed. I say today hello to real Europe, don't get me wrong, Madrid is no dump, but nothing can beat the quaintness of a lovely small town like Segovia, See you again tomorrow from Avila, Bye for now