Hostal Posada Entrevinas
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... 2) Santo Tome church where the famous El Greco painting is housed "the Burial of the count Orgaz", 3) El Greco Museum and house, 4) Museum of Sephardi, former synagogue. I read carefully about the Jewish history in Spain. The Spanish Jew were well educated , wealthy business people who had been in Spain since 1100's. they were treated very well under The Moorish government ,but in the late 1300's, the antiJewish sentiment were ...
... Marta gave us a 2 hour show down of some of the famous nooks and crannies in the old city, some markings are quite interesting. Also a lot of convents were converted from their original Moorish owner to the Catholic flavor, very interesting. The tour lasted til 10 pm and after it got too cold so I returned and call it the night. Although they locals are now just coming out the walking around and socializing in the bars and on the ...
... still want to travel the world and live an adventure like Papá did and tell stories of my travels. I do not want to stay in Toledo my whole life and live a dull life like Mamá. Instead, I want to be like Ibn Battuta, a Muslim merchant who has traveled throughout the Islamic world and the Indian Ocean trade routes. Rather than participating in trade though, Mamá and I have agreed that I will merely observing and journaling what I see ...
... century is the oldest still standing in Spain, and is one thing worth visiting in this town. The weather in Almagro was forecasted to be cool but fine, with a top temperature of 21 degrees expected.
I woke at around 8:30 after a terrible night's sleep, which caused me to wake up feeling tired and with a rather bad headache and tummy ache. I sat in front of the TV for a while waiting for the rest of my family to awake, and when ...
Had to pop in here for a look - was open from 5pm on Sunday's after their long lunch. Had drink and Tapas in the unusual square while we waited for opening time
Theatre best described as a rectangular Globe - about the size of the watermill in Newbury. Open air - with the obligatory shades over the roof space.