Hotel Puerta de Segovia

Address: Carretera de Soria, 12, Segovia, Castile-León, 40196, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Carretera de Soria, 12, Segovia.
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Travel Blogs from Segovia

The Curious incident of the door of the Caterham

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 11, 2014

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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 ...

Segovia.

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 13, 2014

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... Alcazar. This is a castle on a rocky outcrop, how they managed to build it, I have no idea. It was built in there 13 century the added to later. It's exactly what I expect a castle to be like. Walt Disney supposedly used this castle as his inspiration for his castle. We then had some free time. I wandered through the town and found the start of there aquaduct (or is it the end?). I was just intrigued by it so wanted to see it from all angles. ...

The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in the Plain

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 22, 2014

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... or so wandering the old city, skirting the base of the walls and trying to find an access point. We eventually did, and began our elevated circumnavigation of the city.

The walls have 88 watchtowers (and more than 2500 turrets), but we only felt compelled to climb every other one. We do have limits! The walls were really impressive, as were the views from those watchtowers. After walking as far as we could, we descended and checked out the ...

Class excursion

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on May 08, 2014

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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 ...

IES Weekend Trip - Valencia

A travel blog entry by amyryush on Jan 26, 2014

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... I mentioned last time, the sunsets in Spain are the most beautiful.

A few observations is that the streets of Valencia are extremely narrow and very unique. They have preserved the history of its city within its buildings. The colorful buildings in front of the marketplace was extremely impressive and it is sad that the modern innovations have led to the painting of the city in similar colors leaving only a few houses behind.

The ...