Campground El Greco
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... probably don't do it justice but you be the judge.
All in all, it was a day well spent.
We then spent the rest of the day in town shopping and having a good look around...or rather, Tanya and Jacinta and the girls were shopping while Des and Bob stood around babe watching...I mean, baby sitting Keegie and Harley.
Then we went out for a quick dinner of Jamon Serrano which consisted of thinly sliced cured harm served in a baguette. There is ...
Reputedly the most visited parochial church in the city, thanks to possessing the famous el Greco painting "The Burial of the Count of Orgaz" which hangs above the Count's tomb.
Unfortunately two of the sites that we had hoped to visit: the House and Museum of El Greco and the Sinagoga del Tránsito are both closed on Mondays. At least that gives us an excuse to plan another visit.
Monastery of San Juan de ...
... in Toledo and marveled at the beautiful plaster work and other decorations! The most interesting part of our time in Toledo was the sword factory. Unfortunately because it was Sunday they were not actually making the swords but the workmanship was amazing. There make three types of products, by hand master craftsman, by tradesman, and by machine. The prices reflected who made what but it was beautiful to look ...
... a group of Asians that were with us on the tour, but they did not speak english or spanish:/ So that was interesting!
The tour guide led us to her favorite spot in the city where it looks over everything and you can see La Alhambra, which is one of the most well-known palaces in the world. It was once a muslim palace, which we were lucky enough to see at night! It was incredible!
The next morning we woke up pretty early, had breakfast in our hotel, ...
... ticket office and purchase what the ticket agent tells us are the last three tickets for the 8:45 departure. We don’t really believe her until we board the train and find we actually have the last three seats in the last coach of the train.
Toledo railway station is a bit out of town, but our trusty Rick Steves guide tells us about the No. 5 bus that ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility