Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar
Travel Blogs from Segovia
Good morning, and welcome to the first proper day of travelling in the Mathews Europe holiday number three. We were again greeted to sunny skies with barely a cloud in sight, with a top temperature of 26c forecasted for Segovia, this of course being our first non big city visit. I woke at 8Am to the sound of vespa's and the beeping of car horns …
Since the hotel charges for breakfast
we decided to fend for ourselves after we had a nice treat from a
patisserie on the corner of Plaza Mayor yesterday which is called The
Lemon and Mint (or possibly Myrtle). We each had a coffee and Darren
had a custard donut and Penny had a …
After a bit of a broken night's sleep
(being a bit over vigilant about not sleeping in) we got up nice and
early and had our first breakfast before 7.30 in a European hotel.
Following a nice breakfast we headed
back upstairs and grabbed our packs and came back …
... elsewhere in Europe. It is called the Lady of all Cathedrals because it is so intricate and beautiful. It cost 3 Euros to go in so we didn't go in... haha.
We ate sandwiches in the Plaza like typical tourists.
OH on the way to Plaza Mayor we met a pretty big group of kids ~ teenagers who were all wearing the SAME COAT. We were in the process of taking a ...
... Fallen. We did, however, go to see it and were fascinated by the utter silence of the basilica and the sheer size of the monument Franco ordered built. The views of the surrounding valley and mountains were spectacular, and we could see some of the tiny chapels along the ridge that mark the Stations of the Cross.
Onwards to San Idefonso and our first airbnb experience with Enrique and Juan...and what ...