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... The entire city was made up of small streets, building right on top of each other, churches, sword shops and mazapan.
We visited the main cathedral in the city which was beautiful and absolutely enormous. We also visited an old Mosque and a church that has one of the most famous paintings by El Greco. After this we pretty much just walked around experiencing the city. We went in ...
... folks behind us were getting annoyed and one girl using Spanish sign language and one word: "Pago"? Apparently Libre has another meaning!! After all the cars backed up, we parked the car, paid a machine 6 Euros and we were Libre!!!!
Reservations for dinner at the Pousada at 9 PM was delightful with a view of the city as the sun set over Old Toledo. And we were pleased to discover the dinner at a Spanish Parador was memorable. Our night was over at midnight. ...
... I know of. Toledo is now probably more well known for marzipan and knives, having once boasted the best knives and swords of all of Europe, which means that today every tourist has a wide range of sharp edges to choose from when purchasing souvenirs or gifts for back home.
The most impressive part of Toledo on this trip, other than the fact that it's a lovely walled city sitting on a ...
... café, where I tucked in to a more traditional breakfast consisting of bacon, eggs and a tomato. After a nice breakfast we returned to the room briefly, before making our way into the town for the purpose of sightseeing and exploring the most interesting cathedrals and exhibitions that Toledo has to offer.
We firstly visited an exhibition in the centre containing knights equipment and other medieval fighting instruments on display. The exhibition itself ...
... eventually arrive back to the old town.
As we have just recently seen numerous churches and the Alhambra, we opt out of seeing the famous cathedral and the Alcazar and instead, we head to the Synagogue del Transito built in 1355. The Jewish area thrived in early Toledo but the bulk of Jews were later expelled from the area in 1492. Not just Jews but also local Muslims were forced to convert to Christianity or leave. It ...