Campground El Greco
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... I'm there...I just hope I can resist the urge to play with it.
After we all finished up shopping we took a late train home and arrived back in Madrid just in time for dinner around 9:30. It was not one of the more intensive trips but I still enjoyed it all the same. Sometimes it is more fun to learn about a city but getting lost in the streets and shops rather than touring the tourist areas.
... How they built these cities without modern technology is amazing. Toledo used to be the capital many years ago. (554-1561) It's one of only a few cities that has Spanish, Moorish Jewish parts to it. It's placed on top of a granite hill. Because of the old city, buses can't get there, so it was a hot walk up hill. Our first stop was at the Monsasterio de San Juna de los Reyes. This was originally built to be house the tombs of hedge kings and queens but they decided to ...
... HOLY TOLEDO BATMAN. After we had our look @ this massive church. We went and had lunch @ this trendy cafe with our Melbourne girls, I had some venision and then waiter to check I knew what I was eating, said: "Bambi?". I nodded and everything was fine, cause it tasted awesome!
We then got the bus back to Madrid, we walked back to our new hostel. the receptionist had us waited over 40mins, we think she forgot about us and went out for a ...
... of it is housed in museums. I'm not a huge museum person, I get much more enjoyment from walking the streets and admiring the architecture. It almost felt as if there wasn't much to see in Toledo, which is an outrageous idea considering the long history of the city.
We walked for a while through the rest of the city as the sun started fading. We waited till it got dark and drove around to the ...
... was a room that was specifically for children who had died...That was not fun to see.
Although I learned so much history from this day trip, there was one problem that made our time there a teensy bit "interesting" you can say...Our tour guide had THE WORST BREATH I have ever smelt in my life. In Spain it is very common to get close to people, talk very close, and give kisses (besos) on the cheek when saying hi/or goodbye...so that was kind of an issue. Our tour guide ...