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... the train to Madrid and then the Metro to the B&B, located in a neighborhood close to the museums. The B&B was on the third floor - 58 steps from the door and no elevators - but I managed to huff and puff my way up with 2 suitcases. The owners of the B&B, a young Argentinian couple, Rudolpho and Paola, who were very friendly and knowledgeable and helped us with restaurant recommendations, and also helped us navigate the Metro ...
... folks behind us were getting annoyed and one girl using Spanish sign language and one word: "Pago"? Apparently Libre has another meaning!! After all the cars backed up, we parked the car, paid a machine 6 Euros and we were Libre!!!!
Reservations for dinner at the Pousada at 9 PM was delightful with a view of the city as the sun set over Old Toledo. And we were pleased to discover the dinner at a Spanish Parador was memorable. Our night was over at midnight. ...
... behind each leg of cured ham; e.g. they are cured between 1 to 4 years, with the older one fetching a higher price. A bit like wine, I suppose.
And now, it's to bed as we have another early morning and day tour tomorrow.
Hope you're all well back home.
Today we went to Toledo. We went into a very big cathedral which had a big painting on the roof. Our tour guide had a green umbrella to attract us. The cathedral
... site, clean, tidy and well organised, the pitches shadied by small trees and separated by hedges. Although there are a lot of camper-vans here, probably 20-30, the site is so big it looks mostly empty so we could pick just about wherever we wanted. We are are in a bay with a high stone wall behind, and a view out the front...of the rest of the site. It is the most expensive place we have visited, costing about ...
... a cool day but with a Toledo blue sky. The hillsides of pale brown buildings look great and we can immagine the blasting heat of summer here. Between the buildings the shade is cool but in the sun it is quite warming. It is easy to walk, barely navigating, and follow interesting views. We happened on a artisan workshop for making damascene ware ... iron with gold or silver embossed into it which is very intricate. We went into the workshop ...