Posadas de Espana Pinto
Travel Blogs from Pinto
Things I have observed thus far about Spain:
-Very few bugs other than some flies.. Me gusta!
-People are literally up at all times of the day
-Best. Bread. Ever.
-Graffiti is really common...but does not signify bad areas AT ALL
-Screens on windows are not common
-Telenovelas are not very censored
-Clouds seem rare (at least this week they have)
... in prison for months without ever knowing who dobbed them in or for what 'crime'. It petered out after a couple of hundred years. Not sure why. Perhaps a failure to keep pace with technological developments or maybe they were running out of monks.
Segovia was the city we liked most. It has about 60,000 people and is UNESCO World Heritage listed. It has a beautiful setting in the hills of Castilla. It has this cool castle that apparently inspired Walt Disney. Hard ...
... 30, go home for lunch and a nap, then return for a couple hours in the afternoon if they're not hungover from lunch. Most of the time they're not hungover, but I mean that should really be more like a 100% not hungover rate during the week... Or maybe not. Whatever they're doing, the Spanish are doing it right. Except the whole economic prosperity thing. But when all you need is 12 euros a day for lunch and a pack of cigarettes, maybe that's overrated ...
... amazing cathedral and a good laundry service more importantly! We have met a variety of nationalities and personality types! There are so far no jesus-sandal-type hikers other than our good selves! We never thought we would let ourselves walk around a "busy lights" city with trekking socks and sandals but............we have no shame anymore and comfort trumps dignity and pride! The scenery to date has been a variety ...
... It is the only Art Nouveau concert venue to be listed as a World Heritage Site.
We wanted to buy a book, but the English version was sold out. It's such a special place we bought a French version instead, just for the pictures.
The tour lasted 40 minutes or so and with a bit of time up our sleeves we walked briskly down a long road hoping the Arch de Triomf was around the corner at the bottom of it (sometimes ...