Hotel San Antonio El Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a 2 and a half hour drive to Segovia. We had a small toilet stop along the way. Once again the drive into the city was amazing, the cathedral is on the highest point and stands out. The other main features of Segovia is the aqueduct. It was built at the end of the 1st century by the Romans and was until up until the 1960s. It was originally 19km long. It was mindblowing that it was still standing after so long and that's it's still in such ...
... that look out on the surrounding area. On a clear day, you can see the snowcapped mountains around the castle; all we could see were the town and countryside, both especially pretty from the top of the central tower that we climbed at the end of our visit.
It was warming up and the rain seemed gone for good, so we agreed to check out one more medieval city down in this plain before driving to Madrid. Of course, it started raining again on our ...
This weekend we went on a IES organized weekend trip to Valencia, located in the East of Madrid, in the coast of the Mediterranean sea.
It was a 5 hour drive so before reaching the final destination we stopped at Castilla la Mancha, in Alarcón, Cuenca, a strategic town in the Middle ages when there were fights between Christians and Muslims. The castle had the original architectonic structure. We had breakfast in the beautiful ...
... inches (5cm for the metric-minded folk)! And we were planning on cycling from our hotel into Segovia which would be about 5 kms!
Did we cycle? YES! Was it cold? YES!!
And it snowed again in the afternoon, so we had to cycle back to the hotel through the ...
... dude, not cool when you're older than 10!).
We headed back to camp for dinner at the mug more respectable time of 9:00 this time - we're
getting there with this continental routine now; they don't seem to deem it civilised to eat dinner before 9:00 here! We returned to camp to find it populated with two camps; the Dutch and the Germans (all grey hairs); the latter are currently drinking copious amounts of some dodgy looking ...