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... those associated with El
Greco, the most famous Toledano in history. One thing I had hoped to do was
cross the Tagus River on one of the old bridges for pictures of the stunning
views of the city on the other side. With it raining steadily most of the day,
I decided that probably wouldn’t be very much fun. I briefly lucked out,
though, when I climbed to the top of a church from views over the city. My time
... considered to be the first modern style novel ever written. Don Quixote was a real person, and the book is about him. Mr. Quixote loved to read books, especially fantasy books about knights, dragons and giants. Reading all of this fantasy made him mad, and he thought it was all real, although it was not (knights were but…). Mr. Quixote dreamed of being a knight, fighting massive beasts, so, one day, he tried to ...
Macarena and Fernando's girlfriend Laura both said that Toledo is a better place to visit (for a Spanish experience) than Segovia, and after visiting there today, I'm not sure why.
Unless it is the fact that there are ten times as many shops to look through. Because that could be taken as sexist, it can't be that, it must be something else.
I headed out in the morning, having had bugger all sleep which may have affected my ability to appreciate a place. (That was down to ...
... in time for a cochinillo lunch. We arrived in time to catch the train had we pre-bought tickets but not in enough time for the ticket sellers to sell us one after waiting in the queue for another 10 minutes. So we had a mini pow wow and decided, forget Segovia, let's go to Toledo instead! So back on the metro and across town we headed from one train station to the other. After a brief lunch ...
... those can stay in the trunk of the car.
We're headed today to Toledo where we'll spend 2 days before meeting up with Mike and his family in Madrid. From everything we've read, Toledo looks like a fantastic stop and we're looking forward to getting up there. Olivier, our AirBnB host is very French and friendly on the phone, and we've made tentative arrangements to meet him at the parking lot near the apartment around 4. We plotted our route last night on the computer, ...