AC Hotel Ciudad de Toledo by Marriott
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... somewhere I have already been...
Arriving at Toledo after dark was rather exciting, I went the wrong way and ended up driving into the old town, through the city walls, up down round and round, till i eventually found my way out and headed for the campsite. The next day I went for a walk in Toledo and it was great to be doing some exploring, to see the cathedral, to be a ...
... alabaster upper ones show figures from the Old Testament. It seemed every inch of the cathedral had a story that was centuries old.
We climbed the bell tower to see the 360 degree view. It was over two hundred steps to the top. The views were great and the nine bells were very interesting. The biggest was at least ten inches thick at the bottom and was cracked and is called the "Fat One." Thank goodness they were not ringing. We made the climb ...
... decorated gates at most entrances, was Toledo at sunset. Both Pat and myself were most impressed by the views of the river that surrounds the city and the absolutely gorgeous sky with a medieval town setting. There is a river path that surrounds the centre of the town which is the circuitous route that we took as we meandered back to the train station after our obligatory coffee and marzipan ...
... one of the two train stations as a "short cut". That was a half hour train ride. The Atocha station is a virtual ant hill of people and one has to pick a number and sit in a waiting room to wait your turn to buy the tickets! We waited over a hour for our turn. It turned out to be a good thing we did this as we would not have made the connection to Pamplona tomorrow! While we waited we enjoyed a great conversation with a local woman. She had retired yesterday ...
... is far easier to get into than out of. Now Emily started having conniptions. She was directing us in circles and the wrong way up one way streets. It wasn't long before we had another fight, and I locked her in the glovebox. Using 85% luck, 17% good judgement and 5% good maths we eventually extricated ourselves from El Escorial and finally rolled into our new NH Hotel a little after dark...so much for cutting back on daily activities...haha.
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