Casa Rural El Cigarral Del Pintor
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... 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 ...
... lost around the alleyways and buy some gifts for people back home. The guidebooks say that Toledo has the best shopping but I would only agree to a certain point. The shops are all alike - very touristy and all with the same items (the famous toledo gold and black jewelry, handcrafted swords, and knives). It's really difficult to pick out specialty shops that are more unique and interesting. But we managed to find some pretty cool things. One of the ...
... being a singer in a band. I think he's full of **** so I just chat up the lonely bartender and ask questions about Toledo. His English wasn't great but it was a hell of a lot better than my Spanish and coherent unlike my shady friends. He was super cool to keep me company and did some shots with me. Stayed until about 3 am and stumbled back to my room.
Got up at a decent hour and walked to the cathedral. Holy Toledo was it ...
... small, but did contain a few slightly interesting torture instruments which Conor thoroughly enjoyed reading about. We sat down in front of a quick video, which was rather disappointing however as the video was about a battle that the museum's equipment was based upon, but as all the main descriptions were in Spanish, it was hard to get enough background knowledge and follow the story, despite the English subtitles.
Our second visit for the day would be at ...
... along the sunny path enjoying the river. It wasn’t as nice as the path in Segovia, but still pleasant. At the end of the path we saw swallows nesting under the bridge arches. The path is evidently part of the El Camino hiking trail, and goes for miles across Spain.
To recover from our exertion we collapsed at a café with hot chocolate and tapas. I had anchovies with tomato jam, ...