Campground El Greco

Address: Carretera Toledo-Talavera, Km. 1,5, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45004, Spain and Canary Islands | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Carretera Toledo-Talavera, Km. 1,5, Toledo.
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      Travel Blogs from Toledo

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      ... everywhere.

      We liked Avila a lot. We found a place to park on a street just outside the walls, then walked up the snowy path, through the walls, to the cathedral. This cathedral is interesting mostly because of its red and white marble stones in the apse, and because the apse and flying buttresses are nearly connected to the city walls. Actually, the city walls, which are nearly intact and stretch 2.5km, with 9 gates. There are two entrances: we climbed the first ...

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      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Feb 09, 2013

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      A travel blog entry by jannettek on May 21, 2012

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      ... castle stand. This is an agricultural area dotted with castles dating back to the Moorish occupation of Spain. Originally the windmills were used to grind grain. Ownership was passed among male family members. They are now being renovated after being abandoned in the ...

      Bullrunning and Bullfighting

      A travel blog entry by gowz on Aug 21, 2011

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      ... dragged into the cage, and the game then continued for everyone else. It turns out even the relative safety of the cages was also in question – there was a cage failure the previous week involving an incorrectly inserted removable steel bar and a large, angry bull.

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