AC Hotel Ciudad de Toledo by Marriott
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... 29 Nov - Museo del Prado gallery, Madrid. Here we find another Mona Lisa done by a student of Leonardo and apparently at the same time. For us it looks just as good and no crowds and barriers 30 Nov - Paella lunch in a traditional Spanish restaurant, but learn that the best paellas are on the east coast, Valencia (or Elanora Heights, Sydney at Xmas). An interesting variation is black paella with squid ink. An evening play in English with Spanish projected titles in a small ...
... armour, but it didn’t work, so he kept trying and trying, and he kept failing and failing until one day, he found success. The book is about Mr. Quixote going on a "quest" with his associate, Sancho. Anyway, in Toledo there’s hundreds, maybe thousands of statues and things of Don Quixote and Sancho, because they came from Toledo. The book of Don Quixote is really interesting and funny to read, I would ...
... but I think after that we just did more shopping (we had a lot of people to get souvenirs and we just kept thinking of more and more).
For dinner, we were tired and just decided to eat at the fancy (and expensive) restaurant that was adjacent to our hotel. There, we had some yummy white fish and delicious aged cheese. We also got to listen to live guitar music that later on that night put me to sleep (because I could hear it outside my ...
... El Greco, whose style I love.
Next was lunch. In Spain, many cities have a menu del día (menu of the day), where you pay a flat price (today it was 12 euros) and you get three courses, bread, dessert, and wine. It's an awesome setup, and this is not the first time we've done it. I had some paella which was AMAZING, and some steak. It's a ridiculous amount of food, but in Spain lunch is the largest meal, with ...
... that a house wine would be a normal glass of wine, served with your drink.
Not in Toledo.
Instead, she received a large beer bottle sized bottle of white wine, and a glass to pour it all in. All in all, it ended up being 4-5 glasses of wine, just for lunch. Dad and I were frankly surprised that we didn't have to carry her up and down the hills later that day. Mom, for her part, seemed very pleased with herself.
After lunch ...