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... to find we were committed to narrow cobbled streets [had to fold in side mirrors at one stage to squeeze through!]. We saw a hotel sign and said this will do, to find we were 100 metres from the cathedral - Wow. Great location to explore from and only E50 per night for 3 star good room.
We have walked and walked the maze of streets and historic buildings built cheek to jowl. We used the walking app yesterday to find we walked ...
... round there for a bit we had some time to wander down back to the bus. I managed to wander into a shop where I found a very cool handbag-oops. After refilling the water bottle, I crept down the hill to the bus. We left Toledo at 5.30. It was a long haul home. We didn't get back until 9pm. Michelle and I shared a taxi home. The first thing I did was have a shower as I was so stinking hot. When Marisol came home, I gave her my gifts, she loved the placemats that mum ...
... us to depart at 1pm. We walked to Ovi’s
apartment so we could take the metro together to the bus station. We had fun reminiscing
about the night before and how awesome toldeo would be. Today was Ovi’s 21st
birthday- we needed to make it amazing. We tried to organize Amanda and Cater
to meet us before but since they were opposite us it made more sense to meet in
the center. Unfortunately we didn’t get to the station until about 1:30 and
... grew up in Toledo, Spain with my family, Spanish and Arabic speaking Christians. Growing up, my Father, a merchant (as previously stated), told me stories of his adventure traveling throughout Africa and Muslim lands. As a result, I believe that I am fairly knowledgeable in the places that I might be traveling to. Toledo is unique from other cities because it has Muslim influences infused with the cultural pollination from Jews and ...
... family's house. I'm writing this so that's proof that I made it back ok. It is pretty safe, it's just always a little sketchy walking alone after dark. The whole language barrier doesn't really help. But here I am, safe and sound. Hopefully I can convince Mina and Danny and other Fund people to go outside the walls for a night out.. we shall see. Well, first day of class starts tomorrow and i'm rather tired, so that is all for now. Buenas noches!