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... expanse of central Spain is historically part of the kingdom
of Castille which was later united with Leon. Madrid province is now its own
region, but the provinces north and west that used to be Old Castille are now
the Castilla y Leon region while the provinces south and east of Madrid that
used to be New Castille are now the Castilla-LaMancha region. The difference
between Old and New Castille mostly had to do with when the Christian
reconquest from the Arabs ...
... Royal Palace, a short 10 minute walk from the campsite through the palace gardens. With Seņora in charge of the map and as head of planning and strategy, what could go wrong?? Senora has mild dyslexia when it comes to right and left. The short walk of 10 minutes suddenly stretched into an 8 kilometre hike. On our return, I witnessed the first sign of Senor's saintly veneer wearing thin, he turned right to the bar as Seņora y me turned left for the van.
Segovia - ...
... It carried water from the mountains to the Alcazar, and then to the town. The aqueduct stopped at the city walls, and started from a river in the mountains.
That’s all there really is to say about our stay in Segovia, it was pretty cool, and I’m going to give the area a 7 out of 10. It was pretty awesome.
The next place I stayed was Madrid, the capital of Spain, and Madrid was pretty amazing. Look out for my next entry. ...
... Are you visiting here from the states?
Seņora: Are you Emilie's friend?
Me: Terre, SI!!!!
So, this wonderful woman I met about 15 years ago lives only a few blocks
from our apartment. She knew that we were coming because Emilie had
shared the information with her...and really we were like a traveling circus and quite easy to identify. She happened to meet up with us in this plaza! We had a quick greeting and she said follow ...
Gumiel is the small village where Dominic was taken to study and where he lived with his uncle. We see the house, now restored and the nearby church. At Silos, we visit the Benedictine Monastery, where the highlight is the beautiful cloisters, containing eleventh century Romanesque stone carvings. Here it is said that Jane of Aza came to pray at the tomb of Santa Domingo de Silos. Her son, Dominic de Guzman is probably named after him. Lunch in ...