AC Hotel Ciudad de Toledo by Marriott
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... country and ordered all non-Christians to convert or leave the country.
We visited the synagogue and cathedral. Both houses of worships have symbols from all 3 religions. At the Museo de Santa Maria we saw El Greco's most famous painting, "Burial of the Count Orgaz", which is the size of a mural. It is stunning and Carlos explained it so well. The Cathedral of Toledo also has many Greco's. The city is charming and much like the hill towns in Tuscany. ...
... sold out but they did have face paint/crayons so I was able to deck him out. We all took him to school Friday morning and it was so fun seeing all the kids in their costumes. Because we had been talking about Valentine's Day but they don't celebrate it here like we do at home, we got each of the kids a little toy to open open up. Nolan got puzzles and Easton got blocks. ...
... When we look at the
price list for the drinks, a big smile creeps upon our faces. Jugs of beer for
6 Euro. Sangria jugs 6 Euro. The best value of the night is the 3 litre 15 euro
fishbowls of cocktails. Long island ice tea cocktails to be precise. Added onto
that fact we learn that if you perform Karaoke you get a free shot of Tequila.
Didier and Pasqual get up and break the ice with a fantastic rendition of
Barbie girl. ...
... see a fabric awning running over the streets for the festival of Corpus Christi next week.
The inside of the cathedral is extremely ornate. Every inch of the interior is decorated with bronze figurines, carvings, or art. From the main area, there are adjoining chapels, originally property of the richest families who’d helped pay for construction and art. These were purchased as a ...
... El Fuzz at >120kph on the motorway. We took the A-road........a very good choice as it turned out. This took us up to 2000m as we passed over the Sierra Guadamarra. Stunning scenery, great roads.... a pleasure. Even Iain and Alicia were also able animated about it. After about 4 hours of effortless motoring we saw our destination. Sharply pointed turrets pierced the skyline, capping a small mountain clad in stonework, above ...