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... it or across the street. There are few great vistas across large
squares as there are at many of Europe’s other great cathedrals. You can get
glimpses of its grandeur at its doors, a few views of its facades from small
plazas, and glimpses of its spire from some spots around Toledo, but the
wonders of Toledo’s cathedral are its interior rather than exterior.
... tart shop/café in the area of Belém.
For dinner the three of us joined in an all-you-can-eat tapas event organised by the hostel jointly with some other hostels nearby. There ended up being quite a large group. We were taken on a walk to the tapas bar, which was almost unnoticeable on the street (it wasn't a touristy place), led upstairs and then organised into groups standing up at small circular tables. Plates of tapas were brought round to us, along with ...
... home which was open for an hour at 3pm, and the Cathedral which was open for two hours at 2pm. Ok I said "what does it cost for an old man to look around the Cathedral"? "Everybody has to pay 8 euros" ($13) i was told, and "no photos allowed inside".
That was a blatant rip off by the Catholic church and I said "Stuff that I'll have a slap-up three course lunch and a beer instead, for a couple of euros more". So that is what I did on my day in Toledo.
Feeling better after a ...
... on to the Puerta de Bisagra, the largest of all the gates. From here we make our way to the escaleras mecánicas.
On the escalators and onwards to Plaza Zocodover
There are a couple of sets of escalators - escaleras mecánicas - in Toledo, we take the set at the Miradero and head towards Plaza Zocodover. The escalators are cut into the hill side and provide a quick and easy route to the old city for both tourists and ...
... imagination to go through a hole that is too small until it also gets popped through? Anyway. That was the size of our indoor parking spot in Sevilla. It was in fact indoor, with a cool electric garage door opener, clean and empty, white walls. Nice. But it was clearly way smaller than our Seat Leon. So Therese, my self, and the guy renting us his condo got behind the car and pushed it into the garage with every fiber of our being. The laws of physics be darned.
So when ...