Hosteria Ayala Berganza
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... as we ate them using the plastic bag as our plate. They were good though. Later in the journey seats came free by Ash and An so we moved down there and spend the last part of the ride together. The train ride was 5 hours but it went pretty quick and soon enough we had arrived in San Sebastián! I have been looking forward to San Sebastián the whole time to get on the beach and finally go swimming. The ...
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Visiting Segovia today on our way to Madrid was absolutely amazing! The architecture is just as beautiful as it was in Salamanca!
When we arrived in Segovia, we walked to a castle called the Alcázar de Segovia. This place was marvelous both inside and out! We had a guided tour through the castle and learned a lot about the conflicts the Christians and the Moors have had in Spain. The Segovia castle was originally built as an ...
... world sure was a lot different by then, and the cathedral reflects this; it ended up looking quite different from the many pure Gothic cathedrals we've seen, having its own unique style that I really liked. Fortunately, the rain stopped while we were in the cathedral, and while it remained pretty cold, it felt like the sun might try to come out and warm things up a bit.
Finally, we ended up on the far side of the city, site of Segovia's fairy-tale ...
... in length through the town. It is the best preserved aqueduct in the Iberian peninsula. We were able to climb the stairs near it to the top to get a beautiful view of the city. The only downside to the entire experience was the huge groups of tour buses that would drop people off and they would take up every photo area possible and snap several dozen photos before moving on. But once we could weave our way through the groups, the aqueducts were a ...
... rising picturesquely from the summit of an immense rock near the aqueduct, and looking down into a deep ravine, at the bottom of which flows the narrow and winding river Eresma."
(Source:The Castle of Segovia (1853), The Illustrated Magazine of Art, 1(2):96).
To be honest it looks like a Disney castle - no surprise since it was the one of inspirations for the famous Walt Disney Castle. But before entering the gardens we take time enjoy the magnificent views of ...