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... an official who had the power to do this for his home town. Other towns have benefited from being chosen to hold the Ages of Man exhibition which brings with it substantial funds to support the building of highways to the town and the restoration of historic monuments. This has almost always led to an increase in tourism and rise in prosperity for the townspeople. We arrived in Segovia on the feast day of its patron saint, Saint Fructus, a hermit who lived in the ...
... 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.
... with the family and studying. Next week I should have a great story as I am headed out of Spain for just my second time here (first was Portugal). I leave for Copenhagen, Denmark this upcoming Thursday to meet up with one of my fraternity brothers (currently studying in England) and a Swedish exchange student who went to my high school for a year. I'm really excited for this trip to a completely different region of Europe and to see some other friends!
... the house jajaja you can imagine how ridiculous I looked explaining what I was trying to find. Not only do my host parents treaty like I am their family, but all of their friends do as well. My first day going to the pool, I hadn't eaten yet and it was nearing lunchtime, but I thought I could buy something to eat there. My host mom and her friends who own the bar downstairs knew that I couldn't so, they made me a Tupperware container of an assortment of all of their ...
... 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.