Hostal Fornos

Cl Infanta Isabel, 13, Segovia, Castile-León, 40001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Segovia

Slaying dragons while keeping cool!

A travel blog entry by heiner6

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... a bit, took in the amazing views, and then went back to the initial task of getting breakfast (how we almost forgot). We did our best with bread and serrano ham; oh, and some chocolate covered palmeras, we were set. When we got back to the apartment, everyone was still sleeping. So, we did the only reasonable thing and ate breakfast without the others! Gradually, they all started to wake up. Elyse was the last to join the clan, clocking in at just ...

IES Weekend Trip - Valencia

A travel blog entry by amyryush

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... the filled with the masterworks of the architect Santiago Calatrava. The engineer focused on organic designs and his works are extremely modern and aesthetically pleasing. However our guide told us that there were some calculation errors leading to an extensive renovation effort.
The building that caught my eye the most was the Hemisferic which has a huge ceiling structure that is placed on top of the building with a support on just one side of ...

Romans and Royalty

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson

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... used to carry water from a lake on one side of the city to the other side, but now is just a convenient tourist attraction. It remains the best known example of Roman presence in all of Spain and is also the tallest remaining Roman aqueduct in the world!

After seeing the aqueduct, we walked completely across the city in about 30 minutes to the Alcazar of Segovia. (Alcazar is an the Arabic word for Castle). Located on the ...

Our last day in Segovia

A travel blog entry by jhiscocks

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... it was too hot. Oh well.

The walk to the end of the aqueduct was actually a decent distance from the plaza, and it was interesting walking along in the shade of it and admiring the stones. Each one was individually fitted and often sports dimples where the man-powered cranes lifted it into place. We walked all the way to the end, where the aqueduct passed through a settling tower, and then underground. After this we headed back to the ...

A day in the country!

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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... for 700 hundred yrs and as with most places they occupied left some important things. One was the language, a second was the legal system, a third was the type or style of agriculture that Spain still used (olives, almonds, wheat & grapes), and the fourth was the system of roads which are improved and still used in large part today.

Once the Romans were kicked out Germanic tribes (northern Europe) ...

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This hotel, located on Cl Infanta Isabel, 13, Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cathedral of Segovia, and Cabildo Catedral de Segovia.
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