La Posada de Don Mariano
Travel Blogs from Pedraza
... for Carolina. Andres discovered I could blow up "globos" (balloons) quickly and effectively, and that they made a hilarious noise when you let them go (I of course had nothing to do with this ;). Needless to say, the balloons were a great source of entertainment and laughter, and although I am not Colt, they were content. :) Tomorrow we are going to Segovia! I hope to get lots of pictures and share some with y'all! :) Blessed, ...
... waffles, slushies, icecream. And did I mention it was free? Of course I had to eat just a little bit (). After we left the party, we traveled to Madrid's city center. Searching for a parking spot was a grave task, taking almost twenty minutes of circling about. However, once we found it, the city was ours. I am convinced that the only way to see a city is with a local. Juani y Antonio took me places I NEVER would have found on my own. ...
... br> some free time. I decided to buy a ring. The time in Salamanca was
for the most part relaxing. We experienced the food and the time
schedule of the food. I really enjoyed the tapas. Everyone in the
group is super nice. There are 16 of us. Most of us are juniors but
there are 2 seniors and 1 sophomore. I knew most of them before
coming. Also the director was a professor at SLU. I had her for a
class. She is so different here which is nice.
Andrea, the birding in Segovia is fantastic! They have a lot of those storks I told you about when we were birding in Istanbul. The ones that look like wood storks!
Here's a picture I took of them.They have this really neat Roman aqueduct, too!
Oh, and mom was here with me, too, when I saw the storks. That was pretty cool, ...
... 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 ...