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Travel Blogs from Segovia
... I know where you need to go, we followed, John had met up again with the first
woman he had chatted with and she was guiding him. Terre (my Spanish
lady) and John's Spanish guide saw each other, they were
friends...how crazy!! Anyway, Terre is the only reason I didn't ditch John with the kids and go get wine! We had a quick visit with her, got settled in this amazing apartment, and took a 6 hour nap.
Dinner time, it is 10PM and we headed ...
... a strong pull to move towards the chosen restaurant where we gorged on some of the most delicious melt-in-your-mouth meat that I have had yet in Spain. It’s worth a trip to Segovia for this one food item alone! We washed it all down with a couple of bottles of wine before waddling back out onto the street to get some better views of the aqueduct and the city walls before calling it a day. No surprise that there were some sleepy eyed faces on the train ride back to Madrid that ...
... and passports from safe.
This activity initially brought about an unsatisfactory outcome, accompanied with an awful lot of swearing from techno toddler Dad. Mum woke up soon after fortunately, and she was able to open the safe and retrieve our goods in about 2 seconds (just shows you how hopeless men can be)! We then put the passports and so forth in our suitcases, and had some breakfast downstairs.
I yet again had a huge course of breakfast, ...
... clothes, they can get over it, because I like myself, and that's all that matters.
So while I've learned a lot in my classes and on my excursions, I would say I probably learned the most just living life in Spain. I thank all of the people that I've encountered, directly or indirectly that helped give me a fresh, new and beautiful outlook on life. This is what I truly mean when I say, ¡Viva España!
... Fox’s Cave back to our street.
Tonight’s entertainment at the Plaza Mayor is a rock concert by the group "El Mago de Oz". Alcohol is not allowed in the plaza, so youngsters bring “botellones”, two litre Coke bottles in plastic supermarket bags containing a mixture somewhat more potent than just Coca ...