Hotel Puerta de Segovia
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The ferry docked on time. And, as you do, we sat on the car deck. Waiting. BE went to investigate and reported (eventually) that the lowest deck was cleared and our deck was next. All of a sudden we were on the move and out onto the docks and thence onto the motorway. We needed to do 160 miles and 80 on the motorway would see us on target for arriving at the hotel at a suitable time for a beer! Some of the way was free but then, naturally, there was a toll ...
... remember are the castle, twisting alleyways, the beautiful churches once again, the large aquaduct and the smell of suckling pig as you walk through the streets!
The Castle, or Castile, is the best - all surrounded by the city's medieval wall which itself is bordered by two rivers and an extensive green-belt park with miles of shaded walks. The famous Alcázar castle was the source ...
... I am pretty sure we saw every fan this lady had in her collection. Amelie finally settled on one, but not before opening and closing each fan, and discussing the pros of each design. Oddly enough, she settled on the pink one.
With that business taken care of, we continued on our quest to see the Alcazar. We were going to actually see the inside of the beautiful castle. I had read many reviews and everyone said that it wasn't a great tour ...
Today we went on a class excursion with all the Spanish classes. It was a fun day that we got to spend it with our classmates and teachers. We first went to a place called Numancia. It has a lot of history and ruins from both the people that used to live there and the Romans who took over at some point. We got to see how they used to live as well as how good of a strategic ...
An hour northwest to Madrid Segovia was occupied by Romans in 80 BC and was a frontline city whehn Christian Spain recovered from the initial shock of the Muslim attack.
Iglesia de Vera Cruz
Built by a military order rumored as the Knights Templar it once house a piece of the Vera Cruz (True Cross). It has a circular shape which is very unique for a medieval style ...