I had a disturbed nights sleep full of wild dreams because I was still feeling a bit unusual and I hadn’t slept well now since the delightful room in Belmonte but we woke to another beautiful clear morning and a sunny Plaza Mayor that had been scrupilously swept and washed in the early hours of the morning. After two cups of tea it was time to go to breakfast and as I selected clothes I realised that I had left my favourite blue linen holiday shirt in the hotel wardrobe in Ávila and as it wasn’t practical to go back for it this was a bad start to the day.
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I’ve been to Segovia over a decade ago and what a lovely place! Too bad that it was a rather hasty and very short visit or I would have lingered and checked every nook and corner.
On your observation about the Dutch men being the tallest, that’s indeed true. At times, my 5 feet 4 inches frame is easily dwarfed by these tall guys of close to seven feet. In a few years, I guess I’ll be the shortest in the family with my daughter having inherited her length genes from her father.
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