Campground El Greco
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After Madrid we headed south to Toledo and after being camped 15km outside of town in a suburb of Madrid we were only 3km away in Toledo down by the river Tagus. The campsite was the most expensive we have been to but they did provide plugs in the sinks! For uninitiated this is a very rare thing. However the downside was that the inspector had …
... paintings. El Greco (1541-1637) born in Crete, came to Spain for work, ending up in Toledo where he spent the rest of his life. His art has striking colours, elongated figures as they transcend to the heavens with a contemporary flair. He painted souls, not faces, so we were really taken by his paintings. We finished our tour upstairs to see an extensive ceramic and porcelain tile collection dating as far back as 1,000. Dinner was at a popular ...
... 8220;collateral”. The Cathedral was magnificent inside, with many large and very elaborate displays and religious items. I can’t imagine how much work it must have been to build. I toured through the various rooms using the Audioguide for about two hours, and then headed out for lunch.
I had originally planned just to stop at the small and discreet McDonald’s and get a quick burger so that I ...
... to convert to Christianity or leave. We decided to look at the old Jewish "sinagogue" which was converted into a church - made a change from the usual Cathedrals we visit and gave us an insight on Jewish life and customs. Did not realise they can't wash on the Sabbath for example!
... old Moorish fortification that was rebuilt into a more decorative monument later. It has tiled steeples and a checkered wall pattern.
After the gate, we hiked way up hill again, and Matt the Navigator got a little turned around. This ended up being okay though, as we were able to pass by a town hall building, and eventually wound up at the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes. This was the location that the intended burial of the famous Catholic ...