AC Hotel Ciudad de Toledo by Marriott
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... was a long wait, but one that was actually enjoyable as we watched the neighborhood come to life with people heading off to work or their activity for the day. Many people passed with children in strollers and carriages and then returned without the children, leading us to conclude that there must be a childcare center somewhere close by. Others where taking their dogs on a morning stroll. One cute little terrier, not on leash, would chase down the street after the ball his human ...
... winning the European soccer cup last night, and having 10,000 fans outside my window singing and chanting all night long, but that is another story.)
It was a beautiful sunny day which eventually reached 25o, so the weather was great for it.
I took the metro to the Madrid bus depot, and for about $15 got a retutn ticket to Toledo which is about 80 kilometres away. It was a 45 minute drive and pulling into the outskirts of Toledo it was possible to catch glimpses of the Castle ...
... be very stimulating, new things every day to see and think about.
We wandered on, refreshed, back through the city to Plaza de Zocodover and then down around the city to rest in the late afternoon. After reading, a siesta is easy in this place.
In the evening, we rallied ourselves to walk the long way to Plaza de Zocodover and saw that the Saturday night was in full swing. The Plaza and the streets were crowded, teeming ...
... restaurant also sells mazapan, a local treat. It is made from a type of almond mousse. They touted that loud and clear on their main window.
After leaving the restaurant we made the obligatory trip to the statue of Don Quixote. The province of Castile-la Mancha is the "home" of Don Quixote. It is just off of the Plaza Zocodover. The sun is always just right for a morning photo.
After getting a map of Toledo from ...
... so that all he wants to do is get to and maul the taunting matador whose skill involves him getting as close as possible to being speared by the horns, or crushed by the bull, before gracefully stepping aside and repeating the process from another angle. Humans can leap sideways and turn quickly – bulls can’t - which is why a skilled torero on foot or on a horse can adroitly evade the bull.
Further, it was explained that the small lances ...