Hostal Restaurante La Campana

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Travel Blogs from Toledo

Madrid Day 3

A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jul 12, 2014

17 photos

... behind each leg of cured ham; e.g. they are cured between 1 to 4 years, with the older one fetching a higher price. A bit like wine, I suppose.

And now, it's to bed as we have another early morning and day tour tomorrow.

Hope you're all well back home.

[Contributor: Bob]



Today we went to Toledo. We went into a very big cathedral which had a big painting on the roof. Our tour guide had a green umbrella to attract us. The cathedral
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Toledo - City of Three Cultures

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 30, 2013

9 photos

... of which are lined with two rows of portraits of all the archbishops from Saint Eugene to date. A number of the latter archbishops are bespectacled and the style of glasses provides an additional clue to their date of office. These were just some of the highlights others include the individual chapels, El Transparente - the baroque altarpiece, the stained glass windows to say nothing of the main fašade and the great portals!

Iglesia ...

Ancient Toledo and vist in Madrid

A travel blog entry by drowles on Jul 27, 2013

75 photos

... to see someone about a ticket. This is unheard of in stations around Europe. Usually they have up to 20 stations for tickets and even if the line is long you can get there in no time. In Madrid they had four people working and only two for advanced tickets. Also Spanish don't wait in line they (like Italians) just go to the nearest person, break into the conversation and ask what they want. The elderly are the worst, they don't ...

Today was... absolutely beautiful.

A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 20, 2013

23 photos

... pillaged. This made the Spanish one of the most educated and cultured societies during (and after) the Renaissance! Yea, I'm surprised too.

During the 16th century Toledo served as the capital city of Castile-La Mancha (Remember: Castile, Aragon, and Leon were united under Ferdinand and Isabella - forming modern day Spain, sort of). The towns importance lessened when the courts and other important government offices were moved ...

Last Spanish Cathedral (on this trip)

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 28, 2013

14 photos

... by the Spanish to stop the Portuguese and then repaired in the 18th century to be blown up by the French in the early 1800s and again repaired later that century. Not sure how much of it is Roman now but the repairs appear to have kept to the Roman style and possibly their plans. It is a miracle it still exists. It is only used for foot traffic now.

We had then planned to go on the ...