19 May 2011

Segovia

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Just about to head out for some tapas in Valladolid but just thought I share today’s top experience with you. We arrived in Madrid and went from there by bus to Valladolid with a stop for lunch in beautiful Segovia. Segovia is mostly know for it’s aqueduct that’s located in the middle of the town. It’s a small town with just over 53 000 inhabitants but it’s well worth a visit. We had lunch at what I assume is the best restaurant in town – Mesón de Cándído. Their speciality is their piglets that they serve whole on a tray and during a theatrical ceremony cut up with a plate that is then thrown on the floor just to prove it’s just a normal plate. Very different and surprisingly tasty. Not sure I’d liked having the poor piglets whole leg on my plate though. 😛

 

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One Response to “Segovia”

  1. Reply Boel says:

    Harliga bilder, bade fran Spanien och pa lagenheten!

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