Posada del Agua
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... we hopped on a bus back to Segovia and then transferred buses to reach La Granja. La Granja is a palace that was built in the 18th century in a hilly small town near Segovia. It provided royalty a comfortable place to stay while hunting. La Granja has magnificent gardens. Upon arrival, we found out that there was a fountain show in the gardens starting at 5:30. We didn't really know what to expect, but a handful of us paid the 4€ entry to check ...
Yesterday was another packed day! In the morning we went to El Escorial -- an enormous royal palace and monastery built by King Philip II that is less than an hour from Segovia. We had a wonderful tour and brushed up on the last 400 years of Spanish history. Highlights included the royal mausoleum, where nearly all of the kings and queens since Ferdinand and Isabella are buried, and the royal gardens, replete with rose bushes and topiaries. After relaxing in ...
... and i took an early stroll through the streets and out the city gate (with which he was familiar from his late night meanderings) and inspected the walls from 'the other side'. Most of it was built in the 12th century the old city and its churches were declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1984. It is quite incredible.
And so it was with sadness, but also excitment, that we left lovely Avila to tick off one of the many items on my bucket list. ... ...
Hi everyone, I decided to sleep in this morning. The sun is up really late, not until 9 am do I see any sun shine through the window. I had a nice breakfast at the hotel restaurant. I met these 2 nice traveller from San Diego and we had a nice chat for a while. It's interesting that they carry the same guide book Rick Steve's Spain as I do. My first stop this morning is the royal Palace. This is the former residence of the past Spanish kings and queens. it was built in 1738, it has ...
... the terrain as well. The land is a little drier so there were trees densely populated around rivers and more sparse in open fields. There were also shorter shrubs and vine-like plants as opposed to the huge bushy plants you might find in northern Europe. This terrain, mixed with the Spanish style homes were making me feel like I knew exactly where I was. Even the driving was a little more like southern Arizona ...