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... to Madrid doesn't take too long and we are back to the start of
our tour in no time.
After we check in to the hostel there are a
few sad farewells and goodbyes from the small little band of friends we made.
The few that are staying in Madrid plan to meet up in the bar under the hostel
for a karaoke night! This is where it gets interesting. We had some tea and
head our butts into the bar which is empty besides 4 ...
... br> reason’ part of my life. I couldn’t be in a happier place and I never want this
amazing experience to end.
May 23, 2014- Day 7
Well lets just say this morning was a little rough. After
getting home around 5 am we found ourselves scrambling to get ready this
morning to try and get ourselves to Toledo. Tamar was in pretty rough shape but
I knew that she would regret not coming to I packed us a lunch, took a lot of
gravol, and organized a ...
... the city with looming El Greco storm clouds grey and precipitate and came down the stairway to our place. We read about the history of Jews, Christians and Moslems in Toledo and the expulsion, we explored maps, researched the fortress, chatted and slept until 6, read and talked until 9. We then gathered ourselves together on the pretext of going out nearby and started walking, wandering with curiosity and taking pics and were lead around the edge of the city, up ...
... Hostel keeper recommended we hike around the city. We first got some iced coffee and then took our hike. It must have been at least a five mile hike because it took us a very long time to make it back up into the city. Once back in the city we went back to the hostel for a while and then headed back out for dinner and some gofres. Those are waffles with toppings like nutella, bananas, etc. That evening there was a light show in many places in the city. We choose this old ...
After breakfast in beautiful Córdoba, we took one last gaze out of our room window at the old town, and were off on time to Castille - La Mancha, the province where Toledo is located. Once in La Mancha (and yes, this is the region that's the namesake of the movie), it was evident that this area is famous for its wine production and olives/olive oil. There were rolling hills lined with orchard after orchard of olive trees and ...