I just got back from a wonderful week in Spain with my husband. We spent the majority of our time in Madrid but we did take a day trip to Segovia. Segovia was gorgeous. I loved the feel of the old cobbled streets. In hindsight, we both wish we would have spent more time there. Here are a few photos to share.
View from the castle across to the cathedral
Typical small plaza in this area. I loved the textures on all of the buildings. In fact, I found myself taking up close shots of the patterns and textures.
Segovia is famous for its magnificent Roman Aqueduct (as seen on the left). I still don’t understand how they built these structures with no mortar. I love the buildings and forgot about the angles and mazes of the streets in the old parts of each city in Spain. These photos take me back to my foreign study experience in college. I lived in Caceres, Spain for six months.
I am a sucker for windows…and seriously, the textures.
I love these tile rooftops.