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... was a good idea
at the time) put it straight in our 3 litre fishbowl.
At this point I would like to mention we had both not had much water for most
of the day in the Spanish heat. After a sad sad sad farewell to Didier in which
he offered up a hug to me! I did go for the kiss but he wasn’t up for it ha ha.
We stayed in and kept going and I kept on singing. My playlist for the night
consisted of ;
Ash and ...
... such as swords- which they are famous for.
We made it back to the buses after some trouble getting back down the hill when
we were done. The bus ride home was about 45 mins and we took the metro all the
way back to our side of Madrid. I even experienced riding the metro by myself
since John and Cater had to get off before me. Although I got slightly lost
when I got off at the wrong stop and started going in the wrong direction, it
all worked out and it required me to ...
... of St. Mary the White), however is one of a kind in the world. That is because it was built in an Arabic style (see pics). As if this isn't confusing enough, The building was later converted into a Catholic church during the 16th century when the Christians regained control of Toledo. All of Toledo is representative of Spain's Three culture heritage, but no single site more than this one!
We had two hours of free time around lunch to walk ...
... to torture them until they confessed and then they were put to death anyway. With this in my mind, I left Cordoba and headed further north towards Toledo to spend my final night of this break.
Toledo is like an island – almost completely encircled by the Tajo river. This has restricted its growth, and for this reason, there is a high concentration of fascinating, centuries-old buildings all within walking distance of one another. I parked up outside the city walls ...
... the oozing chocolate cake surrounded by whipped cream and I had something called 'heaven’s little pig’ some sort of egg yolk and sugar pudding. It was lovely and rich. Since this was all accompanied by a nice house red and coffee, I headed back to the hotel nicely mellowed out on alcohol, sugar and caffeine. It was a lovely end to our time in Toledo. Total cost; 47.9 E for both of us.