Segovia, 15, Madrona, Castile-León, 40154, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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A very very long day of driving

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... in that city! Needless to say, we may have missed an exit, or two, before we were finally able to get back to the direction we were supposed to be headed. We finally were able to get to the edges of the city and were only 45 minutes from the hotel.
When we finally got to the edges of Segovia, we saw that we couldn't avoid all tolls in the country. We pulled into the wrong lane, had to explain to the lady there ...

Valdemorillo, Spain

A travel blog entry by mccloy


We visited a small town near Bea's home after mass today. We sat at the plaza mayor and had yummy treats. Today has been a great day for trying new food. We had churros for breakfast and squid for lunch! Afterwards we visited the local church complete with tombs on the floor. Crisann here! :) For dinner we had a huge seafood meal, in which I tried crab, octopus, clam, some ...


A travel blog entry by cmebacher


Today was our very first excursion in Spain to Segovia! It is a marvelous little town located in the center of Spain about an hour from Madrid. Segovia is most famous for it's 2,000 year old Roman aqueduct. It was used to transport water down from the mountains to the city. It is one of the best-preserved ancient monuments. The aqueduct has 167 arches and was constructed by stacking stones on top of each other without using any cement. It is very impressive. ...

Sleeping Beauty in Segovia

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood


Another beautiful day here in Spain, although a little colder as we head to El Escorial and Segovia. We're getting closer to the mountains again, much like Granada, it's expected to be chilly.

We left again at 9am this morning and had about an hour and a half trip north to El Escorial. This is an enormous palace/library/royal tomb/school/monastery/basilica built by King Felipe II. He was the king of the infamous Spanish Armada. El Escorial is huge and ...


A travel blog entry by snichelson


"Cada ciudad tiene un catedral, plaza mayor, y un alcazar." [Every city has a cathedral, main square, and a fort or castle.]

This is what one of my professors told me last Friday before our first weekend, and Segovia is a perfect example. My first free weekend is the short weekend of my time in Spain, and so my friends and I chose a city close enough to take a day trip. I went with my friends Julia, Bobby, and Nick on the 10:30am bullet ...


This hotel, located on Segovia, 15, Madrona, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cabildo Catedral de Segovia, and Cathedral of Segovia.
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