Casa De La Mezquita
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... earlier this year, my dad got me the book, and it was really good.
I really liked Toledo, I liked watching the swords being made in the factory, I liked walking through the narrow backstreets, and I liked walking along the cobbled streets lined with shops. Toledo was amazing, I would recommend it to anyone. If someone asked me to give Toledo, in general, a rating out of 100, I would give it a 100/100. It was great. ...
... all in all, was amazing. But I wouldn't have wanted to stay there longer than a day. One day was perfect and now (as of 4 hours ago) we are in Sevilla (which was a 3.5 hour train ride from Toledo - Madrid - here). More on that later tonight.
P.S. Yesterday, I forgot to bring my camera out and so most of my pictures were taken on my iPhone which I uploaded to my 'Spain' album on facebook if you wanna check those out.
... I was paying for. I later discovered that I had a credit of 15 euros for international calling, 1 GB of internet and it would last for a month. I have no idea how to renew this after the month is over. Maybe I'll just get a new Spanish cellphone number every month.
Once the group find landed and I finally found them in another terminal, we all piled onto a charter bus and commenced our week long seminar, Azahar. In the seminar was about ...
... things up very quickly, and I was out like a light until 10:45AM when I was woken to discover that all our suitcases (including my own) were packed up in the car, so all I had to do was to get dressed and get moving.
We started driving and I noticed some clouds about in the sky, contrary to the weather forecast which predicted fine conditions with a cooler top temperature of 22 degrees. After a short stint in the car which saw us travel through some of Spain's sleepiest ...
... are obviously not popular tourist destinations.
We headed off to see them regardless. The ruins were from a roman stadium, and compared to the aqueduct there was almost nothing left. It seems to me that the stadium had been made from concrete – a much more rapid fabrication method, but not nearly as durable. From there we headed up to the Plaza de Zucover, where one of the famous marzipan stores was. I bought a few sample packs. The garden ...