Strolling Through Segovia…

So on the last leg of our excursion, we went to Segovia–another ancient city in the heart of Castilla y León…Oh, and what a glorious day it was…

Well, first there was the Acueducto (Aquaduct [?sp?], an ancient water-transporting structure used by the Romans) that was built sometime between the 1rst and 2nd centuries during Roman rule…What really amazes me about this is that there’s no concrete or anything that holds this thing together–Considering that this thing runs for about 11 miles, that’s saying something…

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One Day More…

It’s not what you think–I didn’t steal the title of one of the best songs in Les Miserables for the title of this post (and it’s just coincidence that I’ve just come back from seeing it for the 3rd time [2nd time in Spain])…What I’m referring to is my first official excursion with the group that starts tomorrow…

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