Campground El Greco
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not decipher everything, but we managed. Lana ordered a delicious gazpacho filled with chunks of tomatoes, peppers, and ham. Lisa and David ordered the grilled vegetables and an omelet with mushrooms and other assorted goodies, while Bob enjoyed grilled chicken and vegetables. Soon, every table was filled, so we concluded it must the local place for lunch. It was a fun stop after a hectic beginning to our day.
Moving on, we arrived in Toledo in the late afternoon. It was ...
... I can see. All I saw were narrow streets of the old town, and there were a lot of them going up and down and round and round until I eventually arrived back at where I started from. By this time of day the place was full of tourists from all over the world and I had to push my way through quite a few of them to get to the counter at the main information office. There I was given a map of the town and told that most places of interest were closed except for two. One was the El Greco ...
Yesterday we had a day spare so we decided to take the high speed train to Toledo. Toledo was amazing. The old city is a labyrinth, full of winding little calles and shops selling swords and regalia. We saw the cathedral and went to the Spanish military history museum, which were both very nice and interesting, ...
... yesterday to get to Toledo. We took a little detour at one point so that we could see the famous windmills from Don Quijote. The bus had a hard time climbing the hill where the windmills were! It was fun walking around the windmills once we got up there.
When we got to Toledo we had 40 minutes before we had to get together to go out for our afternoon session. I dropped my bags in my room and then headed out to walk around ...
... rich in flavor, and that I have plenty of pictures in my mind I can tell you about. Along with royal palaces, city discovering and touring, Spanish espresso, and magnificent architecture, it has been a fill of cultural treats.
It has been an adjustment getting used to the time difference here, sleeping is tough. But I have already seen progress in being able to operate on the Spanish clock, which is quite ...