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 …
... a prominent Jewish figure in 15th century court of Spain who witnessed the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 noted that originally the city was known as Pirisvalle by its early pagan inhabitants. Throughout its history Toledo has been a metal-working community. From before the time of the Romans the city has been renown for its swords and knives.
Prior to 1492 Toledo was famous for religious tolerance and its large Muslim and ...
... those can stay in the trunk of the car.
We're headed today to Toledo where we'll spend 2 days before meeting up with Mike and his family in Madrid. From everything we've read, Toledo looks like a fantastic stop and we're looking forward to getting up there. Olivier, our AirBnB host is very French and friendly on the phone, and we've made tentative arrangements to meet him at the parking lot near the apartment around 4. We plotted our route last night on the computer, ...
... and even made the swords used in Lord of the Rings!
But besides the history in this small city, the buildings and streets are unlike any other I’ve seen in America. I mean they truly make America look ugly and dirty and way too urban. And in comparison to Madrid, Toledo takes the cake.
During our free time today in between museums, I stopped into a little Teteria, which is a little ...
... in Sevilla, and between the four processions that made their way through the city (from noon until 3 a.m.) we visited the cathedral (3rd largest in Europe and home to Christopher Columbus' mausoleum, and I somehow tricked Mom into climbing 40 flights of ramps to the top of the bell tower) and the royal palace ("alcázar," one of the extravagant homes of Catholic Kings, Ferdinand and Isabella).
After the hernia-inducing feat of getting our rental ...