Hostal Restaurante El Volante
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... city. This location worked for several cultures and regimes for over two centuries. Our next Segovian adventure was a massive lunch at a local restaurant that specializes in a regional favorite - suckling pig (a pig which is younger than 15 days old). Charlene got the surprise of her life as she was called to the front the dinning room to assist with cutting of the suckling pig. The owner of the restaurant showed her how to slam the ceramic plate into the pig ...
... Wesselmann and many more. We then went to the permanent exhibition, which is huge and virtually covers the history of European art from the 15th Century onwards. There is so much to see - it is one of the most diverse and excellent collections I have seen in one place. We were spoilt with the wonderful range of paintings, with the artists including:- Picasso, Van Gogh, Rembrant, Rubens, El Greco, Matisse, Gauguin, Monet, Pissarro, Degas, ...
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... lunch in the Prado cafeteria which was pretty good.
It was a very hot day with temperatures pushing upper 90’s so we grabbed the hop on bus and headed for Templo De Debod which was offered as a gift in 1968 by the Egyptian government to Spain in gratitude for helping to save the Abu Simbel Temple from destruction when the Aswan dam was built. It was as hot as Egypt not to mention the temple was closed from 4 to 6 PM so we headed back to the hotel.
... has truly made the experience more enjoyable and I am certain
that people like her will be in my life forever- we had so much fun. The rest
of the group went for icecream and on a hunt for postage stamps while we made
our way through different stores down gran via. We met back up with ovi and
tamar and made our way to the Ballet. I can’t describe the excitement I felt
walking up the steps into the theater. It was like I was 5 going to Disney