Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... up and go out for dinner. Segovia is famous for its pork suckling so we had decided we would splash out on dinner in order to try the traditional meal. So we got a little bit more dressed up and headed out to find somewhere to eat. We ended up going to a really nice little restaurant with an awesome view over a part of the city. The sun was starting to go down so it was really pretty! Our meal included a gespacho starter, ...
... have to prepare myself before meals here because it is overwhelmingly delicious. I eat slow and with so much intention to savor every bite of bursting flavor. But the thing is, the flavors are all natural. They really don't flavor their food, and if it is flavored it is the basics: salt and pepper. Less is more in Spain. Gah, I could go on but by now you are surely bored with my rambling. Moral of the story: go to Madrid. Eat tapas. Take me with you. Love to ...
... hour's drive north of Madrid. The first highlight is a Roman aquaduct that is perfectly preserved. It is huge with 62 arches and is a focal point of the old town of Segovia. Then we walked up to Plaza Mayor, a quaint little plaza, for lunch.
The next highlight was the Alcazar of Segovia, a castle/ fortress. It is just like a fairytale castle, and was in fact used in Disneyland. In the Middle Ages, it ...
... French and Spanish Gothic, good looking on the outside and awesome on the inside. As with many cathedrals of this age the nave is dominated by a central Coro and Capilla Mayor, with some superbly carved choirstalls and an overly flamboyant retable behind the altar. There were a number of interesting side chapels, but most interesting were the chapter house, which was in Mudejar style and could ...
... was great.
As I drove north out of town, I saw one of the funniest signs I have seen in quite some time. It was a regular highway sign noting to be aware of game crossing. Someone had drawn in a motorbike or bicycle below the deer. Of course I had to stop and take a picture.
As I continued on toward Segovia, I did stumble across another sign for the Palacio Riofrio. I took a left turn and headed to the palace.