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... on a hill, surrounded on three sides by the Rio Tajo, and my first objective is a walk around the "Green Path", a riverside route beneath the city walls, which will give good views of two famous bridges. I want to get this done before it's too hot. After a bit of messing around, I find it and haven't gone far before I'm looking at the 14th century San Martin Bridge - an impressive 5-arch structure. The Green Path continues alongside the river ...
... group, Kirin had a hard time giving us directions to where we needed to go. So we wandered around part of Toledo for about 15-20 minutes before finally reuniting with my group. I still have to thank Kirin for being able to meet up and for her "confidently unsure" directions! Once back with Isabel, we walked around the cathedral of Toledo, which is the biggest in Spain. We were in there for a solid 45 minutes, it took that long to get around! ...
... we had upgraded to an Audi A3 Diesel with automatic transmission and were eager to see if Ms Garmin could find our way to Toledo.
In less time than it took to rent the car, we were winding our way around the walls of the historic and picturesque city of Toledo located on the Tagus River. The ancient walls encircle the old part of the where Romans built a fortress on the site. In the Middle Ages, Christians, Muslims, and Jews co-existed ...
... to walk on there stone paths I don't know. The cathedral was massive. It is still considered the most important church in all of Spain. Work began in 1226 and it was finished in 1493. To describe the church is impossible, even photos can't describe it well enough. The main chapel is 90m long, and 30m and it's just breathtaking. There were several tombs in side of ex priests etc. lots of gold, paintings on walls and artefacts. After the cathedral we had free time. I ...
... Parador, which was originally built by the Count of Toledo in the 14th century. I’d say this is one of the lesser amazing buildings, but the remarkable thing is the view it has of the Toledo medieval city. Second to none! Very peaceful out of the main city.
I checked out fairly early on Tuesday 2 July so I could see a bit more before hitting the road at 12:30pm to make my 3:30pm flight out of Madrid airport. Toledo used to be capital of Spain and is known for ...