Casa Rural El Cigarral Del Pintor
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Travel Blogs from Toledo
... the Bourges Cathedral, although its five naves plan is a consequence of the constructors' intention to cover all of the sacred space of the former city mosque with the cathedral, and of the former sahn with the cloister. The spectacular incorporation of light and the structural achievements of the ambulatory vaults are some of its more remarkable aspects. It is built with white limestone from the quarries of Olihuelas, near Toledo. After our tour of the Cathedral we set out to ...
... at the time of the reconquest
of Granada in 1492. When you look more closely, though, you see that Toledo isn’t
quite as pristine as, say, some of the medieval hill towns in Italy. There was
a great deal of destruction in the city during the Spanish Civil War, and the
reconstruction clearly used modern materials not entirely true to original
On my previous visit with my brother we spent a lot ...
... dad and I were going to buy a sword. We looked through at least half a dozen stores, until we found a sword we liked.
The sword was a metre-long sword with the handle (which was covered with chain mail) surrounded by this twisting metal, with a plant design on it. So if you’re holding the sword by the hilt, it’s like holding a piece of chain mail, tied around a piece of wood, with a metal plant ...
... the cross on top of the mountain.
A drive by of Avela to see the 11th century city walls. Any film that needed a perfect old wall has been filmed here.
On to the Escorial, which was built by Phillip the second to get away from the crowds. It sia huge monastery and palace. We don't think Phillip was a lot of fun to be around. No photos inside but ...
... with fabulous 360 degree view of the city and the Tagus river. Our first stop was the museum Santa Cruz, and then we just stayed outdoors and explored the quaint sights of the city. Toledo steel was of course a conspicuous presence on every street corner. Sadly we did not have a lot of time to spend in Toledo and hit the road to head to Madrid carrying the indelible sights, sounds and aroma of Andalusia in our memory ...