AC Hotel Ciudad de Toledo by Marriott
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... before the fire, so they had a very good sense of how the ceilings looked. In one case, they were able to find the exact same ceiling, in the exact size, at a convent in another town, and it was bought and transported to the Alcazar. (According to the audio-guide, this was not unusual: architects created blueprints of ceilings that they could use over and over again). The tour was interesting. One of the more unique rooms has statues of the kings of Spain, from Pelayo (yeah, ...
... had 3 of by the end. Shared
between us two, Rod and Dave. Briony head off to bed after the second fishbowl.
I walked her upstairs and we played on the swings inside the hostel 2nd
floor foyer. I wish I had of just walked into the bed with her but instead I
went back down and took on another fishbowl……. The end result wasn’t too bad on
the night but the next day….. well that’s another story.
... 8216;camino’ which means footpath. We had lunch in the car (site bread still 5/10), and then set off on foot, over the chain, along the track. It was a strange landscape - a high sandy heath with distant views in all directions, dry pale yellow grass and small bushy trees with piles of stones beneath. Here and there small patches had been ploughed and a very thin and sparse crop of barley was growing - so poor as not to ...
... us during high school, and all of the information I knew about the painting came flooding back to me. Call me a nerd, but I get so excited when I actually get to experience the things I learned about, and share my knowledge with others. Seeing that painting alone made the trip worth it for me.
We took a break for lunch and my group did a little shopping. Toledo is famous for two things, mainly: swords and jewelry. The swords didn’t interest me as much as the jewlery ...
... about 4pm to find out that the museum were all open until midnight and free. We tried to work our way through a few. In the cathedral they had an organ recital on the huge organ. Toledo is home to the author of Don Quixote and so there are many references and souvenirs around. This is also the place where you buy your armour, steel blades (Toledo steel), chain mail and other crusader essentials. My favourite part was ...