Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar
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... is much more common in southern Spain, a part of the country that we did not visit. But to see a European castle with any outside influence is wonderful. A really cool fact about Alcazar is that the architecture inspired Cinderella's Castle! After touring the fortress, we had free time for lunch and saw the Roman Aqueduct. It was enormous, and it was amazing to see something so old still intact. It was very peculiar to see two completely different styles ...
Dennis and I had assumed that by this stage of our trip, we would have ditched our well-worn pullovers, relegating them to the depths of our backpacks. I had visions of frolicking through a summery Spain, which surely would be warm by late May... Wrong. Europe apparently had a mild winter, in contrast with most of the U.S., but is now paying for it with a chilly spring. How chilly? When Dennis and I arrived in Segovia around noon on May 22 (Day 148), ...
... br> met the brother. He is 15 and reminds me a lot of my cousin David
when he was younger. All of the food was delicious. Around 4, I went
to relax and sleep. I started to read Treasure Island, but then I
fell asleep. After I woke up, I went to the outside pool with my mom
so that we could put our feet in the pool. It was a little cold.
Tomorrow it closes for the winter. While we were there Laura and her
friend came by. The friend stayed and made ...
... teaching there cannot have been very disciplined as the whole thing caught fire in 1862 and had to be rebuilt. It looks impressive from the outside, but as all the interiors were either reconstructions or brought from other palaces we did not go in.
A wander through some more interesting back streets took us past a number of other significant churches, including one where a young lad ...
... They take one look at him and get a stretcher. Now in the U.S. they would probably use a flat board to slide him onto and lift him up, like I said, in case he'd hurt his neck or back. Oh no, these people each take two limbs and basically SWING the drunkard onto the strecher! One STILL with a cigarette in hand. My jaw was on the ground. Note to self: Annnnnd thats why you don't do stupid **** and end up in a Spanish hospital.
Anyway, I need to study. Wish me ...