Campground El Greco
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Spanish, quaint accommodation and a tavern that spills it's seating out onto the road. Cars travelling round the plaza almost run over your toes. In SpaIn when you buy a cerveza (beer) you get complimentary tapas, a great way to have lunch and get drunk. We walk off lunch and the booze by exploring this marvellous town. 12 Dec - Cordoba has its amazing Mesquite a church that was built during Spain's moorish period and shows the Islamic influences found all over southern Spain. ...
... at the hotel. We started out with a salad bar, followed by a "vegetable pie" ( that was very good), fish with a sauce that was also very good and last but not least a flan dish that was yummy. By the time we finished dinner it was 10:30. We heard there was a pool on the seventh floor so we had to take a look. It was beautiful and we ended up sitting and chatting with a few of our fellow travellers. It was 11:30 by the time we returned to our room. Another long and exhausting ...
Saturday morning we headed of for our day trip to Toledo. This city was once the capital of Spain with 200,000 people. It was also considered the most holy city, hence the saying "Holy Toledo".
The original city was surrounded on two sides by the longest river in Spain, with a wall protecting the remaining.
It is built on a hill and we entered the city by ascening on several sets of escalators (just as well as the climb was quite a distance). The history goes ...
... confirms my suspicions that it was in honor of the Catholic holiday, Corpus Christi. The streets are also lined with an abundance of shops specializing in swords, knives, shields, knight armor and crusade capes. In case you need any of that for some reason...
After a quick break in the hotel, we headed down to one of the central plazas to introduce my parents to their first botellon experience. For those who have forgotten, botellon is ...
We arrived in Toledo around 11:30 and immediately commenced on a 3 hour tour of the city. We walked through the enchanted little streets, down cobblestone alleys in between stucco buildings. The city had such a sense of peace – and quiet beauty. We took fotos from a beautiful overlook that oversaw the entire city, including the Cathedral and Conservatorio (which our tour guide says cranks out priests like a factory!) We saw El Greco – the ...