Los Arcos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it off a bit so we went back to the square and got some photos infront of the lit up cathedral then walked down to the castle to see that lit up. From there we went down to the aqueduct for some more photos before making our way back to the hostel. It was nearly midnight by the time we got back but so busy as everything happens so much later in Spain. We chatted for a bit before going to bed ready for our trip to San Sebastián ...
Segovia, Tuesday 8 July-Friday 11 July
With this entry I am putting the photos all below as I feel they are clearer when viewed as a slide show.
It was easier to reach Segovia by train, so after a slow morning we walked to the station which is right near the bus station. The guy told Peter we could not get seats together, which was a load of rubbish, even though the train was quite full. There was a spare seat next to me the whole trip, while Peter's seat was ...
... use of Dennis' cell phone. Dennis dialed the rental car company, and found an alternative drop-off location in the city that was still open. Though this meant another 15 minutes of driving in Madrid, and that we would be far from our hostel when we lost the car, it beat any alternatives.
We made our way through the city, and successfully returned our little clown car with no extra charges. I was relieved to be rid of it. While cheap and good for ...
... steps. It has 12 bells with Miguel ringing at every hour and Manuel ringing when the door to the city walls closed. Also if the fire at the top of the bell tower went out it meant that pirates were coming. The view from the top of the tower was astonishing. The walk up was not too hard and the moment we exited the staircase the bell started ringing making me almost jump out of my skin. We were once again able to see the sunset from the top of the tower ...
... that many tourist treasures lie within. About 10km from Escorial is the Valle de Los Caidos (Valley of the Fallen) basilica and monument, built in 1959 by Franco to commentate the 40,000 casualties of the Spanish Civil War who are buried there. The huge basilica (it's crypt is bigger than the one under St Peter's) is wholly excavated into a granite ridge and on the ...