Hotel San Antonio El Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... so happy they enclosed the windows so Ian couldn't jump!
After seeing visiting the interior of the Castel, we went to the climb The Tower. You know you're in trouble when the process starts with a red, warning light and a sign stating that there are 152 steps to the top (doesn't sound like many, but each step had to be two, full feet above the other). Oliver was excited to be up were the guards used to keep watch, I was excited to be up so ...
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Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Burger King (Yes, I'm embarrassed to document this)
- Dinner @ Malaspina (Mojitos, can't remember the food lol)
- Drinks @ Tapas y Mas (delicious gin and tonics)
Apartment, Calle de Las Huertas 14 (Airbnb)
This apartment was a steal. I ...
... merited on more than one account.
Though connected with the Spanish capital by two roads, it makes no attempts to extend the circle of its external relations; and in the winter any attempt to discover comfortable conveyance across the snows of Guadarrama, which separate it from Madrid, would be quite fruitless. During three months of the year, it seems, like many Alpine animals, to exist in a lethargic sleep. Segovia lives within itself among its mountains, ...
... wandered through the old city. Multiple churches, historic buildings and something new around every corner. It is a very small town, but every street has something to offer. We sat outside for dinner, and for some reason, my spaghetti was served at the same time as Abby's gazpacho.... So she are the rest of her meal ...
... to defeat the area, San Frutos performed a miracle that split the church (which lies atop a cliff looking over the river) from the rest of the land, which leads back up to the main road so that they could not cross. Of course today there is a bridge connecting the two, but it is a pretty impressive view nonetheless. We saw lots of kayakers on the river, called las hoces because hoz means hook, and ...