Hospederia de Santo Domingo
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... round-a-bouts later on that day). The saddest part of the story; though, was that there are no hotels! Let me rephrase, there was one hotel, but it closed a while back and thenext closest hotel was two towns up the hill. So, we decided that this place would have to get a second chance (the next time we wake up early,that is--p.s. I'm setting the alarm on that iPhone thingy right now!).
Since there were no hotels, we first visited the park to get ...
I'm sorry I kind of fell off the blog grid for a while, I was out having too much fun in España! I'm going to post a huge amount of pictures and kind of let them do the talking with their titles and captions =)
Also, this is my last week in Segovia, which is really bittersweet. I was incredibly lucky to have been placed with some incredible host parents that have truly treated me like their own daughter. I love them and will ...
... of the Mudéjar sections of the building.
After the tour, we return to the Plaza Mayor for refreshments with our hosts. Maria recommends the Maribel Restaurant near the Aqueduct, for the Segovian speciality of “Cochinillo”, roast suckling pig.
In the evening we return to the Plaza Mayor for more music.When we arrive there is ...
... it was a typical European medieval town. This particular cathedral is the burial place of El Cid and his wife. We had our Sunday Vigil mass in a side chapel of the cathedral, where I once again sang the responsorial psalm and Gospel acclamation. But before mass, we took a stroll around the town square and soaked-in the atmosphere…there were rows and rows of unique trees that lined the ...
... tops of manhold covers. The bear, by the way, stands for fertile soil and the tree stands for aristocracy.
Spain has a Parlimentary Constitional Governement. What that means is the government is democratically elected by the King has the final say or veto if he wants to.
Now a little history, around 200 BC the Romans arrived and imposed their civilization on the native Iberian people. They were ...