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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Sirenas Segovia
A bit hard to find as in a pedestrain area but well located for sightseeing. Free car parking spot and friendly staff. Room very dated but clean and adequate.
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... the museum which we saw - her ring finger!!!!
We also tried the famous Yemas dessert that tastes good on the tongue but bad for your cholestorel and hips!!! Not one I would try again - it tasted like egg yolk and tonnes of sugar!!
Segovia is city of great importance in Roman and medieval times. Segovia's population is around 50,000 but what stick out as ...
... s destructive abilities; the wooden swords lasted an amazing five minutes, but it was GREAT while it lasted.
Our next stop en route to the castle was a little store filled with traditional Spanish fans. I don't know if any of you have seen the Disney vacation episode of The Middle, but during a trip to Disneyland, Brick needs to buy Mickey ears and takes practically the entire day to pick out which ones he needs...that was Amelie in the ...
... were filming Tomorrowland in the city which will star George Clooney and Hugh Laurie. We didn't get to see any of them but we did see big structures of blue screens which will be used for computer graphics.
Then we headed to the Playa de la Malvarrosa the most famous of Valencia's beach. The water was a little to cold to dip in but it was great to chat on the beach and then leisurely walk around. Once again the sunset was beautiful. I think I ...
... us, we got a noodle soup with a savoury broth, a rich bean and squid soup, and herbed jamon for starters. These were followed by mains that inspired such comments as “we need to do more reduction sauces” (Anoop commenting on the salmon in a saffron sauce) and “I didn’t know squid tasted that good” (me commenting on the squid carpaccio on cod). For dessert, Meghan and Anoop enjoyed chocolate crepes with orange ...
... continued beyond the Cathedral about a block or so and then began to double back. From the south side of the plaza, we took the main commercial street. It was becoming more and more crowded with people. About half way between the Plaza Mayor and the aqueduct, we came across one of the puppet shows. They were singing and dancing to well known American songs. We stood and watched them for ...