Hosteria Ayala Berganza
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... our Introductions to Spain class, therefore we go with our professor. The format of the trip is very interesting because instead of the professor parading us around the town, he assigns a select two or three students to the city and has us research all the places we are going and give the tour ourselves. Although it causes a little more stress than necessary, it definitely does make us retain the information much more. It will be interesting to see how the rest of the trips go. ...
... a village about a 20 minutes ride. The i guy said it was a very very small village, so we were surprised to find a beautiful little old style town with parks and cafés everywhere. Our plan was to visit the palace, Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso and then walk the three hour circuit in the national park bordering the town.
We found a beautiful palace and extensive palace gardens that we enjoyed so much it was all we did. Time flew. The gardens ...
... 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.
... inches (5cm for the metric-minded folk)! And we were planning on cycling from our hotel into Segovia which would be about 5 kms!
Did we cycle? YES! Was it cold? YES!!
And it snowed again in the afternoon, so we had to cycle back to the hotel through the ...
Adios, Segovia, la ciudad más bonita y perfecta. As I'm driving out of Segovia, I couldn't help but cry like a baby. I never thought I could feel so loved and at home halfway across the globe. Segovia is a beautiful place full of beautiful, beautiful people. They've taught me so many things, some that can't necessarily be put into words. They have taught me that it's not what you say, it how you say it. It's not what you do, but how you so it. If you say and ...