After about two and one-half hours and nearly decided to just call it quits and head home, we found out hostel and as hostels go, it was really nice in both amenities and location. About a block away from our hostel was this:
The grass sneaking through the ancient steps alongside the aqueduct made for a beautiful scene.
Me: Violet stand right there so I can get a picture!
Violet: Ugh, okay...
I wanted to have a picture to show that there wasn't any mortar
So apparently this is a "famous" wall in Segovia but I have to say that I'm not sure what is so interesting about it after seeing the aqueduct.
It was still Christmas season so there were decorations out in full force.
And as luck would have it, there was a group of carolers on our walk back to the hostel. Also, if you have never had chocolate caliente and freshly made churros, you MUST... it is nothing like "hot chocolate" in the states!
Spanish history check it out because it is some interesting stuff. Haha, that might actually be a bad site for a history lesson, I'm not sure. I didn't read it! I guess Cliff notes is too much for me!
We had so much fun here and this trip was the beginning of us feeling at home here in Spain. I was sad to leave Segovia, maybe we will make it back there before we head back to the States.