La Posada de Don Mariano

Calle Mayor, 14, Pedraza, Castile-León, 40172, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pedraza

Chapter Seven - San Ildefonso and La Granja

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

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... some time to wander around the town of San Ildefonso, which is a bit disappointing. Nonetheless, we find the Miami Restaurant for lunch. A nice touch, I think.

Upon return to Segovia, Miryam and Bryan prepared a lovely table of tapas, and with the assistance of four bottles of local wine, we talked and reminisced into the late hours of the ...

Sleeping Beauty in Segovia

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood

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... to say, my legs will be very sore from all the stairs and running down them on the way back down. Good exercise right?

After our quick stop in Segovia, it was a 2 hour bus ride back to Madrid for our final night in the city. Since we spent the past 2 nights relaxing, I got talked into going out. There's a world renown night club in Madrid called El Kapital. It's 7 stories and supposed to be incredible. However, it was 18 Euro to get in (about $25) and ...

Segovia!

A travel blog entry by snichelson

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... of the Segovia aqueduct. For my first official trip outside of Spain, seeing the aquaduct in the distance was such a wonderful sight.

The aqueduct is one of the remaining remnants of Roman rule -- and its huge. It's amazing to think that its still standing after having been built in the first and second centuries. My group and I then ate lunch at one of the restaurants near the aquaduct -- it was still a little cool out so we sat in ...

A day in the country!

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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... tops of manhold covers. The bear, by the way, stands for fertile soil and the tree stands for aristocracy.

Spain has a Parlimentary Constitional Governement. What that means is the government is democratically elected by the King has the final say or veto if he wants to.

Now a little history, around 200 BC the Romans arrived and imposed their civilization on the native Iberian people. They were ...

Village of Pedraza

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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... it to Lozoya, a small town, and began our trip over the next mountain range. This was via the Puerto de Navafria. This summit was a little higher at 1,773 meters (5,816 feet). At the summit we crossed from the province of Madrid to the province of Segovia. It was lightly raining.

In the forest, on the way down, we kept seeing a sign that said "Zona de Caza Controlado", which means controlled hunting area.

We made it ...

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