AC Hotel Ciudad de Toledo by Marriott
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... for dinner.
Tiny narrow streets with sails suspended over them to give shade. We didn't have a plan so just wandered around. Very quiet town so not easy to find somewhere. All the streets so narrow that cars only just fit..pedestrians have to step into doorways to avoid being hit. Finally find a Tapas bar. Very lively so we were lucky to get ...
We began our day with an excursion to Toledo, the previous capital city of Spain before the 16th century change to Madrid. We specifically visited the Old Toledo that is still enclosed in its city walls, consequently keeping its beautiful, ancient character as well as preserving the history of the centuries. Toledo was an extremely religious city, but not just for Christians. Before the Inquisition at the end of ...
... don't leave it in my hand luggage by mistake and have it confiscated at baggage x-ray.
Once I was back in Madrid I met two really nice girls from Philadelphia who had moved into my dorm while I was out. They were very chatty and when they said they were going to Lisbon soon I told them that I think it's one of the best cities I've ever been to, which made them get even more excited about it. Amongst other things, I recommended that they go to the famous ...
... an interesting flavour combination. We had a nap back at the room and headed back to Plaza de Zuccover to pick up some marzipan souvenirs. In a store on the way back I picked up a small bottle of wine and some olive oil. As the tavern didn’t open until 8 we waited in a nearby plaza watching the passers by. Many of them were on a self-guided tour of the courtyards of Toledo.
... lovely, as ever, and is so much nicer DIY, rather than courtesy of Novotel et al. We set off, at a half-decent hour, with knapsack packed, to follow the Rio Taja as it ox-bows around the old town and then cross town itself to pick up the remaining 5 sites of our multi-ticket (like a Legoland pass). I'll spare you all the details, but it was a very pleasant stroll. Lots of lovely scenery, more hot weather than you could shake a stick at and a ...