Campground El Greco
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... red, orange, black, and white which were used can still be seen, as well as the Hebrew and Arabic inscriptions. The synagogue is a museum of Sephardi (Spanish Jewish) culture. The manuscripts, costumes, and sacred objects of worship date from both before and after the Jews' expulsion in 1492.
In the Synagogue, a painting by Wolf Vostell entitled "Shoah 1492-1945" is an abstraction that depicts the expulsion of the Jews. (Shoa is interpreted to mean ...
... Roman empire. Together, these factors have created a pseudo culture that has its own architectural and literary style as well as agricultural style. Life in Toledo is wonderful for people of almost all religions. Originally, it was part of the Muslim caliphate but in 1085, it was conquered by Alfonso VI of Castile but it has maintained a policy of religious tolerance.
What I love about Toledo is the variety of people it has. ...
We're based in an apartment nestling beneath the old town wall, like living in a cottage at the foot of Edinburgh Castle. The beds in the flat are those firm foam things that we've encountered quite often so far. Crikey they're solid. It's taking a bit of time to get used to getting to sleep on them, but no doubt we will. This morning we were conveyed up into town on the outdoor escalator. This might be ...
... an easssssyyyyyy big guy..pulled out wadds of paper...and finally it popped out of the pile.
I was so happy I just about hugged the guy when I found it. He just stared at me like I was nuts. All good....so he loosens the grip on the gun...and takes the paper back to the car...well..they examined the hell out of it...and my passport and then my drivers license and needed me to show them that I had a motorcycle license...least it wasn't a speed trap ...
... the Museo de Santa Cruz. On the way there is a statue of don Quixote. We all took turns taking photos with the statue. We continued on to the museum and sat on some benches. We had to wait for the museum to open at 10:00. Just a minute or two after it opened we went in.
For me, this is an amazing museum for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, it is free! Secondly, it houses ...