Hostal Restaurante La Campana

Address: C/ La Campana, 10, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Toledo

Exploring Toledo

A travel blog entry by dianeyokoi on Sep 09, 2014

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... at the hotel. We started out with a salad bar, followed by a "vegetable pie" ( that was very good), fish with a sauce that was also very good and last but not least a flan dish that was yummy. By the time we finished dinner it was 10:30. We heard there was a pool on the seventh floor so we had to take a look. It was beautiful and we ended up sitting and chatting with a few of our fellow travellers. It was 11:30 by the time we returned to our room. Another long and exhausting ...

Day 37 - Toledo

A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 28, 2014

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... to walk in there And said some people visit it, just to spit. It is massive beyond belief. Bags are scanned before walking in and no photos. There is a monastery at the back of the complex. A bit ***********nect this temple of fascism with the saying of the Mass. As a piece of architecture it is amazing. Cut into sheer mountainside, the altar in the church is ...

The Virgin's Well Water

A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 15, 2013

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... I had a yummy little strawberry!) and other treats, so we went straight to the source for some pastries. At the side of one of the convents there’s a little room with a display case showing all the options. You ring the bell and wait a few minutes for a nun to arrive. The nun I bought our pastries from was very sweet. I told her what I wanted and she put it on the lazy susan (she was on the other side of ...

Today was... absolutely beautiful.

A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 20, 2013

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... to be a mausoleum for the Spanish monarchs, but they later decided to be buried in Granada (after it was recaptured from the Moors during the Reconquista). Toledo remained a sleepy little town until it was horribly damaged by Napoleon when they occupied it during the Peninsular War in 1808 . The church itself fell into disrepair during this time and wasn't refurbished until the late 19th century. Currently, San Juan de los Reyes serves as ...

Swords and El Greco (Tim)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on Nov 29, 2012

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... The Toledo cathedral is a grand gothic building which took 250 years to build (1227-1493) and although we've seen 4 amazing cathedrals in the last week I was still awed by its huge pillars and vaults. It also houses a sizeable art collection including many works by El Greco the famous Greek artist who spent most of his life in Toledo. Lunch was boccdillos ( baguettes with a filling) and I was out ordered ...