Monday, February 27, 2012

Spain Day 3: Segovia and Avila

On our third day in Spain we drove to Segovia for traditional cochinillo at Segovia's oldest restaurant, Meson de Candido (opened in 1786).



From Spain Day 1 and 2, 2011




Segovia is best known for its well preserved 1st century Roman aqueduct.

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Some shots of Segovia:

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Shana, there is a store named after you!

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The Segovia Cathedral, built in the 1500's

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The Alcazar of Segovia

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After leaving Segovia we drove to Avila, which is a town best known for its 11th century walls.



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Other photos of Avila:

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From Spain Day 1 and 2, 2011

2 comments:

LeeAnn said...

Hey! Just saw these- How fun!! Come back again, we miss the Walters!!

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