Campground El Greco
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... concert itself was fun- Enrique knows how to perform in front of a sold out concert! I found it interesting that he still sang in English but only for about half of the time. I recognized some of his songs, but obviously all of his English songs because that's what gets released in the states. The crowd went CRAZY when Bailando (dancing) was performed- in case I haven't already mentioned, this one song is literally heard everywhere in ...
... figured out what this historic building was but our guess is a convent or monastery. We had a quick lunch and headed the rental car to town and found a three level parking garage and picked our way through the winding streets designed by the Muslims.
Our first destination was the most important structure in Toledo, the Cathedral of Saint Mary.
The splendor of the Cathedral reflects its history as the spiritual heart of the Catholic Church in ...
... of terracotta roofs......Toledo. The apartment at the foot of the mountain is lovely too - booked yesterday for a song. Tea in town and as usual, we were getting home just as the locals (including children) were on their way out for the night. It's like living in a land of adolescents, but without the vomit. We're here for 3 days, so reporting may drift to family trivia for a while........ unless anyone does anything ...
... de Tapices, or Royal Tapestry Factory. This is where they make and repair and restore the fabulous tapestries and rugs for places such as the royal palace, and also where one can order his or her own 3 ft. square rug, which would take six months to make and cost about $10,000. We were not allowed to photograph the craftsmen at work, but we all marveled at the taxing effort - ******* the eyes, the back, the knees....
... hotter than Madrid because of the elevation and Toledo is very hilly so I had to carry my bags up a pretty giant hill. The directions weren’t the best and my sense of direction is awful so I ended up getting lost. I was dripping sweat, tired from not sleeping enough the night before, and still feeling under the weather. I wandered down this little street and this old Spanish man that spoke no English directed me in the right direction. I know enough Spanish to explain where I ...