Hotel Santo Domingo de Silos
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... to say it's just incredible.
After some exploring if was well passed lunch so we headed back to the hotel - eating at Maria's was clearly not an option if we didn't want to stand on the street (and that is one being used by cars) leaning against a pole with 50 other people also taking tapas (and that's not including those inside).
Finally we found a little restaurant that was quiet and reasonable where we enjoyed a quick bite. The chef was lovely ...
... tour guide for this place, but it was so busy on Saturday that they did not have enough and we had to explore on our own. It was an amazing place and eerily cool. Obviously there were many places we could not see, like where the Monks live, and the Palace part. We also were not allowed to go into the Basilica because there was a wedding going on. It was so incredibly big however that it really did not matter because we would not have had time to do everything anyways.
... up at the train station... But he never showed up. So I took a cab to the hostel.... And no one was there. I waited outside for 1.5 hours until he finally showed up. By that time everything was closing so I grabbed a snack and went to bed. And let me tell you, 3 stories seems much longer with a 50 pound bag on your back. Side note: 1 bathroom is not nearly enough for 18 ...
... third time in 2013. Same place, same mug, with a few more wrinkles.
After a traditional siesta (everything in Segovia closes from 2 to 4 pm), we pick up Bryan for a visit to the Alcázar. This time, with passports in hand, Alun and I receive the old age pensioner’s discount, a thrilling € 1.50 off the regular admission price.
... the door is for the key card. Putting it in switches on power to the room, which is a very non-intrusive method of ensuring that guests don’t waste electricity.
Since we now had a fridge, we set off to fill it up, and picked up food for breakfast and lunch. I’m a definite foodie so I love going out to eat but I find that it’s better to only go out for one meal a day, and in Spain ...