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Perfect place to stay in Toledo, especially if driving. Secure, safe and free parking. Views to die for. Accomodation excellent for the money.
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... we were waiting, or that the narrow streets and tall buildings would block the satellite connection for their Garmin GPS device. Two hours later, after many failed attempts to reach us and many back and forth text messages, David ended up flagging down a cab to guide them to a spot close to our location. Thankfully, they were able to get close enough so that we could easily ferry all the luggage down a narrow walkway to the waiting car with an exhausted Lisa at the wheel.
Macarena and Fernando's girlfriend Laura both said that Toledo is a better place to visit (for a Spanish experience) than Segovia, and after visiting there today, I'm not sure why.
Unless it is the fact that there are ten times as many shops to look through. Because that could be taken as sexist, it can't be that, it must be something else.
I headed out in the morning, having had bugger all sleep which may have affected my ability to appreciate a place. (That was down to ...
... to the hilt. He reflected that Australians in his experience know more about Muslim culture and Arabic food than the Spanish even though 'we have been here for 700 years'. This with a smile, but I heard bitterness. He loved the expression 'no worries' that I offered him to add to his collection of Australianisms.
Jan and I wondered over lunch about our return home and resuming life in Woodend. This long journey has been and ...
... that Spaniards must think Americans eat completely unhealthy as it was full of processed, sugary foods (Fruit Loops, candy bars, etc.)
We headed back about 2:30 pm to Nuevo Toledo to have lunch - ¨lentejas¨ (lentil soup). It was delicioso! The kids also tried the A&W Root Beer - which they were polite about, but I don´t think they liked at all. Kept saying the it was "interesting" and "different." They loved the candy ...
Leslie's aunt and uncle arrived in Madrid yesterday for a visit. After chilling yesterday to help get over jet lag, we all woke up early this morning to head out to Toledo. Our first stop, as always, was the el Foro restaurant. We sat at a table outside and had a coffee and something to eat. Tyler opted for a croissant with ham and cheese. Tio y tia decided on the fried egg, ham and french fry breakfast. Leslie and I tried the pan con ...