Casa Rural El Cigarral Del Pintor
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On our final day in Madrid we travelled to the small town of Toledo for the morning. Toledo is a very impressive historical , world heritage listed town with beautiful old monuments, churches and buildings. It is set on the top of a hill making the views from the town magnificent. It was a ...
... is in a 16th century hospital. The building has some outstanding Renaissance architecture features, including the main doorway, staircase, and cloister.
We choose to start here (besides the fact that we knew where it was) to see a famous El Greco painting, "The Assumption" in the original altarpiece.
We were surprised to find that the museum had a short history and artifacts from the area. There were prehistoric artifacts from thousands of years ...
Oliver's big request for his birthday was a trip to Toledo. He knew that he needed a "real sword." The biggest interest in Oliver's life right now is the life of a knight. We a bought our bus tickets and took the 45 minute ride to Toledo. The city is known for its history of three cultures: Arab, Christian, and Jewish. And, it is a walking history lesson with plenty of sites to visit. There are more Churches, Synagogues, and Mosques ...
... night (about £26.50). However, it is quiet and peaceful and we can walk into Toledo in 20 mins. It also has a big washing machine, which is brilliant, and I celebrated by assembling our rotary clothes line where Gill hung out the linen and everything dried in about 30 seconds in the blazing sun.
Later we walked to the old town, bounded on three sides by a loop in the river Tagus, which is deep down, almost in a gorge. ...
... a craftsman working ... the large showroom had painted pottery and the usual armoury of blades and armour.
We kept walking through the narrow streets, up and down into the Juderia, browsing, until 2pm and then worked our way over to an Egyptian place for a light lunch, falafel and stuff. We realise again that Melbourne has great food from everywhere and has taught us so much. The owner was charming and gracious despite the place ...