Hotel Palacio San Facundo
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... From the bus stop it was about a 20min walk to our hostel. We got stunning views looking up at the cathedral as well as walking past the huge aqueduct just outside the old town walls. It is massive and very impressive! We walked up into the old town and checked into our hostel. The lady on the front desk didn't speak a word of English but we got there eventually. Our room is so nice again! We've been so lucky so far. It was only ...
... It was definitely the highlight of the weekend for me. We wandered up through the town. The walls of the houses had amazing geometric patterns on them and looked amazing. We went into the cathedral and I managed to get some photos and video before I found out we weren't allowed to. As it was almost 12 on a Sunday, the organ was played. It sounded so lovely, then the bells chimed in as well. The cathedral was built in the 16th century. ...
... or so wandering the old city, skirting the base of the walls and trying to find an access point. We eventually did, and began our elevated circumnavigation of the city.
The walls have 88 watchtowers (and more than 2500 turrets), but we only felt compelled to climb every other one. We do have limits! The walls were really impressive, as were the views from those watchtowers. After walking as far as we could, we descended and checked out the ...
... surrounded by green trees, grass and flowers. It probably also helped that the sun was out and it was warm outside. Once we had taken in the garden type area, we headed back toward the center of town. We spent the rest of the day hopping between cafes, sitting in the sun and enjoying the afternoon. By about 5, we decided to head back to the hotel. We had another long day of driving tomorrow toward Lisbon and we had spent a good portion of our day in Segovia.
... windows provide a perfect frame, and finally the breathtaking - especially after climbing the 152 steps - 360 degree views from the Torre de Juan II. The cathedral shimmers in the late afternoon sun and beyond are the snow capped mountains.
Leaving the alcázar we take a slow and ambling walk back to the estación de auto buses
and manage to catch the 16:00 coach back to Madrid. Leaving Segovia we are rewarded with views of the snow capped mountains.