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Our arrival in Toledo last night was heralded by thunder and lightning, but we managed to jump on a bus and find our hotel before it started to rain. We decided to eat at a restaurant close by just in case the weather got worse - and it did. We were entertained with a fantastic display of lightning and thunder. We ran all the way home (just like the little piggies did), with water cascading all around us, but fortunately we were only ...
... a church instead. The ceiling on the second floor was amazing. Theses places look bit on the outside but are even bigger once inside. Unfortunately our whole tour was in Spanish so I didn't gain as much from it as I would have liked, but it was still awesome. Because of Toldeo's location it is hotter then Salamanca, so we were cooking before very long. At any opportunity we took to the shade. We wound our way through the streets and the next stop was to Iglesia de ...
... 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 ...
... to the hilt. He reflected that Australians in his experience know more about Muslim culture and Arabic food than the Spanish even though 'we have been here for 700 years'. This with a smile, but I heard bitterness. He loved the expression 'no worries' that I offered him to add to his collection of Australianisms.
Jan and I wondered over lunch about our return home and resuming life in Woodend. This long journey has been and ...
... Andrew had taken a picture for a couple of Spanish ladies so we thought we’d do one too). After the kind Spanish gentleman took our picture with the jug he said, ‘You have to drink!’ So we should have very good luck this year!
Toledo is the best. I washed my nun cookies down with water from the Cathedral's well...I should be good to go for quite a while!