Casa Rural El Cigarral Del Pintor

Address: Urbanizacion La Pozuela, 50, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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      Exploring Toledo

      A travel blog entry by dianeyokoi on Sep 09, 2014

      23 photos

      9/9/2014 Day 4: (Tuesday) Today we leave Madrid and board the bus headed towards Toledo. Our driver, Oscar will be our driver for the next seven days. Amour is our tour guide for today. We took a walking tour of the town of Toledo. The streets were narrow and some parts a little steep with many small shops to attract tourist. Our last stop was at a Jewish church and then had the opportunity to wander the town on our own. We stopped at a local restaurant , (El Greco) for ...

      Day 38 - Toledo

      A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 29, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... walls

    • Everything is uphill
    • A Toledo resident with a "loco dog" who insisted on helping us with the map, in Spanish.
    • Our farewell dinner is tonight.
      Hope you have enjoyed the blog. It has been a good diary for us.

      It is official, Bern's favourite things are cloisters, particularly the ones with gardens in the middle and Roman bridges with water flowing underneath. Mark's favourite things are anything with stairs or an ...

      My first day in Spain

      A travel blog entry by mai_guchi on Jan 13, 2014

      45 photos

      ... the majority of them being students from Syracuse University, and four adults. The primary professor was Alex Medina who was a history professor, who worked with Patricia Espinosa who is an art history professor. Raquel (the housing coordinator) and Professor Benito (a Spanish professor) also accompanied us on our adventure. We drove a couple hours to the first city, the city of Toledo. At first glance, Toledo was a noticeably very ...

      Terrific Toledo with a sorry stomach

      A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 14, 2013


      ... uninspiring suburbs, we stopped for a quick breakfast at a café in a seemingly abandoned town, before we reached the town of Toledo at around about 1:45PM. Toledo is a town famous for being the visigothic capital of Spain, and a city where Muslims, Jews and Christians lived together in the city between 1085 and 1492. The city itself has lots to see, lots to do and lots to enjoy, with the Tajo river running around most of the city's perimeter.

      We parked our car in ...

      Random wanderings in Toledo

      A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on May 29, 2013

      35 photos

      ... to contain some trimmed rosemary hedges, something that you absolutely could not do in Canada. As we wandered the streets, we examined a few souvenir shops and saw a neat three-wheeled truck- one small enough to pass through the streets of Toledo. After a nap we continued on with our wandering, just enjoying the narrow streets. Dinner was at Taberna Embrujo, run by the same family as the fabulous Fabula. We were served a nice red wine, battered mackerel ...