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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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The most direct route to Toledo from Salamanca is on toll roads that run very close to the populated areas of Madrid. We chose to avoid this by taking a secondary route that was 20 minutes longer and occasionally took us through small towns. We said au revoir to Salamanca in sunshine and by the time we reached Toledo, we had driven through dense fog, sunshine and heavy rain. Just as we were coming up to the hotel, and stopped at a red light, some ...
... fascinante y el jardín era muy bonito. Entonces vimos la sinagoga que era más simple y oscuro que las otras iglesias, pero tenía su propia belleza en el trabajo de azulejo de techo detallada. Después de nuestra tour, comimos el almuerzo y tuvimos tiempo libre. Durante el tiempo libre, fui a muchos de las pequeñas tiendas en las calles y vi a la mercancía famosa en Toledo: espadas, joyas, damasquinados y cuero. Luego ...
Early in the morning, we took an hour long ride to Toledo (I slept the entire way). When we arrived to the city, it was breath-taking. The old city sits on top of a hill and is surrounded by a river. It's incredible. We drove up to a high point and were able to take pictures. We then began our walking tour of Toledo, a city which has influences of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. However, the entire tour was uphill, which was… good exercise. We saw the Monastery of San Juan ...
... drive from Consuegra we head
off to Toledo where we spend our lunch stop. It has become a tradition to
accidentally get lost inside every single Spanish town we have been into and
even though we spend only an hour in Toledo we do manage that feat yet again. Except
this time we were with a big group of travellers searching for some churros!
After searching in vain we settled upon some pre made ones in centre of town.
... us to try to wrap our heads around the few details we could find. It was interesting to see, though, that there is one room in the middle of all of the antique guns and armor that remains as it was in 1936. You can see the damage from the battle that took place and imagine what it was to be there....it really wasn't that long ago...
Toledo is where all of the high quality knives are made in ...