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|Where do we go from here? Oh, I see|
|Segovia's 2000-year old aqueduct|
|Segovia's Church of Saint Martin|
|A Romanesque church, whose name I obviously |
didn't get. I love the backdrop of the sky, very
moody and inspiring of some sort of mystery.
It's a writer thing. If you're not a writer, don't even try.
|Cathedral at Segovia|
|Chapel of Saint Antonio, Segovia|
|The slate spires of the Alcazar,|
which supposedly inspired
the building of the castle at
Walt Disney World
|The tower of John II at Segovia|
|Royal Palace / Eastern Palace|
|How could I forget? The mariachi band at Plaza del Sol|
|Fountain at the Plaza del Sol|
|Fourth century Temple of Debod, a gift from the Egyptian people to Spain in 1968|
|Don Jamon's tapas bar, one of the best tilework facades|
|I feel just as exhausted as this guy|
|The medieval walls at Avila, with non-medieval people walking around|
|Atocha Station, Madrid. Yes, those are palms.|
|La Gran Via, on a normal traffic-clogged day|
|Prado Museum, Madrid|
|Snow-covered mountains on the way to Avila|
|Avila's Medieval gateway|
|Entrance at Avila's 12th century Basilica de San Vicente|
|Avila's cathedral tower|
|Cobblestone streets at Avila|
|Birth place of Saint Teresa of Avila|
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