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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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... we found it and it was a lovely drive. Got slightly lost at the bottom - our lady GPS got a bit confused. Dave and Christina's (Henry) got us back on track and onto motorway. Had trouble locating normal airport on GPS - trying to take us to Terminal 4. A little stressful but we made it. Dave drove in the wrong way to Europcar so had a police escort while he backed out and police stopped traffic ...
... she did not have enough money. So I think he is about even.
On the bus to segovia. Interesting trip. Called into little villages to drop school kids off and others. Pick people up from roadsides and spots in villages thaf you would want specific instructions for as there was no indication of a bus stop.
Sun still shinning, we are still smiling and enjoying spain.
Glad to hear you r having a vreat time Julie n Dennis.
Xx Ann n Jeff
... Oliver were not the most ideal travelers by this point; the world was against Oliver every way possible. Ian was also trying in all ways and Ian, well he was just to tired to function. We made it to the aqueduct and life was back on a high! There was a bit of green space to relax on as we couldn't check in to the apartment until 3pm, it was only noon. Then the bathroom need heightened, we had to find somewhere quickly...off we went. The bathrooms we found ...
... Roman Aqueduct. This dates back to last 1st C BC. It is 14,965 meters in length and has a maximum height of 28.10 meters. It is considered a master piece of Roman hydronic engineering. It carried water to Segovia. It was declared a National Monument in 1884 and a World Heritage Site in 1985. As you walk through this town, you see some familiar sites that I have grown to like in Spain. There are small streets, town squares or ...
... Lola ate baby sheep and I ate the tail of a bull...in a stew.
The city is perched on an island of land above a valley and seems to resemble a ship with the Alcázar being the front and the aquaduct the back. Our hotel was at the back looking out onto the aquaduct. Which is where we started. Looking at this structure you can only wonder at the effort and time it took to put it together. This is the legacy of hard work and anonymity. ...