Eurostars Plaza Acueducto
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... roads, cobblestone paths, mudejar style buildings built practically on top of each other, and ancient structures straight out of middle school history lessons. We walked for about five minutes through a small town before a breath-taking aqueduct sprung out of no where. The section of the Roman built Aqueduct is one of the last standing parts of the structure that use to run from the mountains into Old Town. The sheer size of it was incredible, and then we found out they ...
... feel for the town and the lie of the land. I walked through the cathedral which again amazed. This cathedral was rebuilt after an uprising destroyed the original which was closer to Alcazar Castle.
Our first serious port of call next morning was to Alcazar Castle/fortress.We took an audio guide with us and even though we find we don't remember much, it is interesting at the time to hear the history and the details of fires, armour, paintings or additions over ...
... to see.
Afterwards we started to wonder and found ourselves in a square that was by the cathedral. This also was a beautiful area (I wish I could come up with a better word to use). There was a gazebo in the middle, cafes and restaurants surrounding the square and this massive cathedral towering over all of it. I believe that it was one of the last gothic cathedrals built in Spain and they did a fantastic job. While we didn't go inside, since we have ...
... that many tourist treasures lie within. About 10km from Escorial is the Valle de Los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen) basilica and monument, built in 1959 by Franco to commentate the 40,000 casualties of the Spanish Civil War who are buried there. The huge basilica (it's crypt is bigger than the one under St Peter's) is wholly excavated into a granite ridge and on the ...
... t see inside. There were hundreds of birds there, as they nest in the holes in the aqueducts. We got to go in el Catedral de segovia, whic was huge and magnificent. It is shape like a criss and had individual chapels along the perimeter. I couldn't take pictures but I can promise you it is amazing. After we went to el Alcazar, a ...