Los Arcos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Welcome to Segovia, where everything is perfect. Walking into Segovia was literally like walking into a medieval time period. Everything about the city was absolutely amazing. With nearly everything being built by either the Romans, Muslims or Christian Kings, the history lying within the city was unbelievable.
We left Madrid early in the morning on Friday in a train and arrived in Segovia early afternoon. We walked out of the train station and entered in a world made ...
... had another room with a great view! It didn't matter the bed and floor squeaked a bit and that you had to go down to the lobby for the wifi to work! With these views all is forgiven! The fields glowed in the moonlight and during the day we saw the farmers harvesting.
We have both enjoyed Segovia very very much. Again we extended our stay to a three night stop over. Everything here to see is easy to walk to.
We spent the first afternoon having a walk and ...
... miss the sunsets of Spain.
I love paella. Man that thing is good.
Agua de Valencia is not water but an alcohol drink that mixes Champagne, orange juice, vodka and jin. It does not taste like alcohol at all thus potentially very dangerous.
Horchata - typical drink of the city made from tiger nuts. Tasted like carrot juice.
Kebab - Absolutely great drunk food that we got twice within two days.
... and immediately could see the Aqueduct, even before stepping off the bus! This enormous 2000 year old Roman artifact stretches high over a pedestrian plaza where many tourists spend time. Whats most impressive is that through these two millenniums of its existence, the arches of perfectly cut stone have remained stacked precisely as they were designed so long ago - without any mortar! Its simply stone to stone. This ...
... fun since we are from La Grange, KY. We were able to meander the streets of this quaint little town stopping at an outdoor restaurant to have a bocadillo de tortilla espanola. We decided to then tour el Palacio de la Granja de Iildefonzo. The palace itself unfolded from one ornate room to another full of tapestries, high ceilings painted with exquisite artwork, statues around every corner and views from ...