Hospederia de Santo Domingo
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... a lunch. There were so many amazing places that we wanted to check out, but we had to hurry through the town to accomplish our goal: checking out the local castle. We discovered that there are two castles in Manzanares, the 'new' and the 'old' castles. The 'new' castle (right at the bus stop) is beautifully preserved and looks exactly like what one may think a castle should look like from the 15th
century with an outer wall, a keep, and high interior ...
... tons. I also was lucky to have other host "family" members treat me equally as kindly, and just like family, including all of my host parents' friends and family, especially Javi's mom, the friends that we barbeque with, Nirea and her mom, Conchi, Monolo, Marta and her husband, Sandra and her boyfriend, and of course Vincenta, Martinez, Wellington, Alex and Dario who own and work at the bar downstairs from us. These are people I will ...
... and so much more (see photos, and more photos on Facebook). The Valley of the Fallen is a giant cross monument and basilica carved into and on top of a rocky mountain. It was built by Francisco Franco to commemorate all of the lives lost in the Spanish Civil War (see photos).
Today we're going to the pool to relax and get some sun, and then we might go see a movie or go to the mall in New Segovia.
Enjoy the pictures!!
... of the wind cellar, Roman remains were encountered. After a full excavation underneath the building, a large Celtic cistern was discovered, which was later used by the Romans to supply a bath house. He has now constructed a modern spa using ancient materials to breathtaking effect. Alberto Garcia Gil, father of our host, was also involved with the investigation ...
... the door is for the key card. Putting it in switches on power to the room, which is a very non-intrusive method of ensuring that guests don’t waste electricity.
Since we now had a fridge, we set off to fill it up, and picked up food for breakfast and lunch. I’m a definite foodie so I love going out to eat but I find that it’s better to only go out for one meal a day, and in Spain ...