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While in Segovia we have been staying in a former 16th century palace which is not as grand as the paradors we have previously stayed in. Nonetheless it is very comfortable and quiet and in very easy walking distance of the Cathedral and the Plaza Mayor. We arrived in Segovia just before sunset and the light on La Vera Cruz (Holy Cross) church was golden. Unfortunately there was a sign on the ...
... exhausting, especially in the chilly windy weather.
Jesus was like a big kid with something to prove as he hopped
u the rocks like a mountain goat. I realized he planned the hike with me as
much for his own enjoyment as to show me a place of local beauty. He said he
and Mariangeles used to hike there frequently, but he hadn’t hiked up the
mountain in a couple years because of the responsibility for taking care of
their kids. I find ...
... while in Segovia.
Anyway, we started in a town near Segovia and visited La Granja, which was a beautiful palace. The jardines, or gardens, were huge and very serene and elegant. Very cool to see! On our tour of La Granja, we went through room after room decorated as elegantly as possible, with paintings and murals and every imaginable detail possible. We even go to see the door to one of the "secret" passageways that the royalty would use to quickly transverse from one part of ...
... smell the roses. I'll always stop to chat with a friend, and I'll always make time for the people who matter the most to me. I'll remember to love myself and accept my flaws just as much as my talents. I'll pat myself on the back more for a job well-done. I won't fret about my physical flaws anymore, but instead just strive to take the best care of my body as possible. And if other people don't like me, my hair, my weight, my make-up, ...
... it seems. We note that the nearby Rodera-Robles – Casa del Hidalgo Museum will free today, so we jot this in to visit with Bryan later.
Having time on our hands we decide to complete the river walk. We descend through the restored city wall down to the Eresma River and start where we left off on Monday. This section is called the path of ...