Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar
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We drove up a mountain today - La Covatilla ?? which ends in a ski run. It was a tricky series of s bends with up to 13% gradient. As you might expect, there were bike riders when we got to the top carpark - about the only others there. We felt like we were on top of the world, along with some cattle whose bells rang out in the crisp mountain air …
... lots of different crops and cattle and wheat fields edged with poppies..
We decided to stop off on our way to Madrid in Segovia as the town dates back to the Roman period and boasts a huge aqueduct in the center of town plus many medieval buildings.
After arriving at the campsite in the late afternoon we decided to spend the evening in town when most of the tourists had left. As it was Friday night the town was still very busy with locals ...
... cheese. It’s a bit like the curds in cottage cheese, but smoother. On a hot day it’s lovely to eat a cup of this with some fruit and nuts.
After a rest back in our rooms, we went out for dinner at Meson de Candido, one of the most famous restaurants in Segovia. The house specialty is roasted piglet. The building obviously had a great deal of history, including a sealed well on the first ...
... we got up early to get on a bus
for Segovia. Many of the families met their kids at the bus station.
Some students had to get on another bus and ride by themselves to the
village where their families were. I was lucky enough to have my
family come and pick me up. It was so nerve wracking, exciting, and
adorable to see the families come pick up their kids. One woman said,
“that is my boy”. It was very funny. The families all seemed ...
... a monument to peace this is a monument to Fascism.
From El Escorial it was a scenic and breathtaking drive over the Sierra to Segovia. From the heat of El Escorial, to the pass of Puerta de Navacerrada 1,860 metres up in the mountains was quite a change. At the top of the pass is a very Alpine ski village, and the ski lift was working and there were people on it carrying skis. ...