Hospederia de Santo Domingo
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... its purpose. Armed with all this new information Steve and I poured over the road books with a beer or possibly a soft drink so we were ready to expertly instruct our drivers in the morning. To be honest I worked out that it was left out of the hotel and left at the first roundabout. The rest could wait until we were on route tomorrow. The realisation had set in that 9 o'clock breakfasts were now a thing of the past and I would need to be loading the car tomorrow at 07.15 ...
... third time in 2013. Same place, same mug, with a few more wrinkles.
After a traditional siesta (everything in Segovia closes from 2 to 4 pm), we pick up Bryan for a visit to the Alcázar. This time, with passports in hand, Alun and I receive the old age pensioner’s discount, a thrilling € 1.50 off the regular admission price.
... as I saw it I was unhappy – it was the same yellow chicken dish which had been so awful at a previous restaurant. Fortunately it was much more pleasant this time, as the almond sauce was pleasant and the chicken cooked nicely. I quite enjoyed it but wasn’t able to eat too much after the appetizer, so I took it back for lunch the next day. We finished with a forgettable rice pudding and headed back to the room.
... upon one of our group families treating Fr. Joe to lunch, and it was a wonderful terrace restaurant that served the region's favorite soup, a soup with very large lima beans with a tomato-based broth, ham, and sausage. That with a little bread and olive oil made a fantastic lunch! We finished in time to head back sown the hill to the square, got a little ice cream while waiting for everyone, then loaded ...
... nice. My family was the 7th one to come. The family
consists of a mother (Esperanza), her daughter (Laura), her son
(Diego), and their dog Odie who is adorable. The mother, her
daughter, and the dog came. After they got me we went to the grocery
store. It was like a mini target or walmart. We went to the town
which is very close to Segovia and is full of apartment buildings.
The name of the pueblo is San Cristobal. I unpacked, had ...