NH Puerta De Alcala
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... been to, but most were far too crowded. We ended up settling for a wine+tapas place right next to a place I had previously been with a rooftop bar, which was open for us to go up and take a quick look at the great views. We ended the night at a club I knew about and went to bed at a reasonable time in order to do more things the next day.
Our group of five was increased to six when we met Flor that night. Flor was from Argentina and it was her birthday ...
... had what was to date the best meal of the trip. I drank a lot of water and it was all good after that and we caught a taxi back to the central plaza of Segovia.
A little more about Segovia from Wikipedia:
In 1985 the old city of Segovia and its Aqueduct were declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Within the environment of the old city, stand diversity of historic buildings both civil and religious, not just catholics but also ...
... brut nature was memorable. Kole even liked it, and it might even replace Prosecco for us. Throughout the city, the sangria was only 2.50 per glass and most of the wines were 3-4 euros per glass. Not too bad, and certainly much cheaper than the cocktails we had at 10 euro each.
When we arrived on Friday, we headed out to a famous market called El Mercado de San Miguel. Very similar to the markets in Barcelona, ...
... going to need a new water bottle - the one I brought, which I used last time I was here as well, just tastes like plastic and has a little bit of mold growing in the cap. It's pretty beat up and doesn't really fit in the exterior pocket anyways. I have been really having a difficult time staying awake here. I guess sitting and reading probably doesn't help. I've never had problems staying awake while reading before, but even my medication isn't helping when my ...
... with mean or condescending expressions. It is very similar to Infanta Margarita except for the absence of a mirror. The painter is looking straight towards the audience therefore signifying that he is painting based on their reflection in the mirror. Thus he is saying how the royal family is merely a reflection soon to lose importance. I answered the question correctly as to where the ...