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En mi opinión personal, Toledo era una de las ciudades más hermosas que he visto. Me sorprendió totalmente desde el momento en que salí del autobús. Como comenzamos nuestro tour, discutimos la influencia de árabe, cristiana y judía en Toledo y cómo Toledo es una mezcla de estas culturas diferentes. Nuestra primera parada fue la famosa Catedral católica que tenía fenomenal arquitectura gótica y se remonta a ...
... periodically with ruins of castles. We passed lakes and reservoirs, and the sun was out (as it was most of the day).
Once in Toledo, we found the hotel and again left our car for valet parking (hurray!) as the parking lot was full. We caught up on email, then walked to find a restaurant (Orza) which we had read about online. Charming atmosphere, great service, good food. We stayed until after 11pm, enjoying our conversation. Then, back to the hotel, read/email/journal and ...
A quick stop in Toledo, one place where some tolerance existed around religion. The town is tiny. We walk around and see the synagogue and cathedral. Probably not worth paying for. Not very much to see here.
I just wanted to put a pin on my travel map. Sorry you had to read this garble.
May 22, 2014 Day 6
This morning started off the same, we have settled into a
pretty good routine with everything. It was still pretty gloomy outside and we
are still waiting for the weather to wear our sundresses. In class we continued
our Spanish language lesson as we did before and I feel like being able to
apply all the things I am learning is really helping to solidify them in my
head. We had a quick crossant snack at our break although I ended up ...
... too strong in this country and I instantly despise our ancestors. This church was used to cheat peasants to worship relics for their profit and show off their money in hopes in gaining more members into the Catholic Church. I'm really starting to believe that I don't need a specific religion or label to dignify what I believe or have them dictate what I should and shouldn't do or believe. We went to a Jewish temple as well ...