November 20, 2010

A castle perched on top of a hill, old walls, twisty streets, and a dramatic roman aqueduct...this Spanish town has a ton packed into it and like El Escorial it is worth the day trip from Spain. We got there late in the day because we had an amazing and very leisurely lunch at El Rancho (about fifteen minutes outside of Segovia). It really was one of the best meals I have ever eaten. Here are some tips on visiting Segovia with kids.
likeschocolate said...

What a cute restaurant and beautiful hotel. The yummies in the window don't look too shabby either. Does your husband still remember his Spainish?

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