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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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Hey you how are we all going.
We last met having indulging in nutella
crepes in a shisha bar inside the lovely town of Granada. When we all awoke we
got ourselves back to the bus in an illegal parking zone and hustled our butts
onboard. We snagged the good seat with leg room and set ourselves up for the
last bus ride with this crew of people. On our way to Consuegra, which is where
the books based on ...
It was awesome to be with my fabulous new friends, it was fabulous to be
experiencing my first euroDisco and it was awesome to meet new people. We made
friends with people from Belgium and generally had a great night. Tamar got
really sick at the end of the night but we took a cab home and everything was
ok. I went to sleep thinking that the new life I am creating for myself here is
incredible and im finally starting to figure out the ‘everything happens ...
... was no schoolwork involved. My Spanish Civilization and Culture teacher was a guide for the trip, and he quizzed those of us who were in his class, however almost constantly! What we saw in Toledo really illustrated well much of the historic culture we had hit on in class.
Toledo was the historical capital of Spain, and therefore a gathering location for the royal court. Although during the first part of the 16th century, King Carlos V chose to live ...
... along the sunny path enjoying the river. It wasn’t as nice as the path in Segovia, but still pleasant. At the end of the path we saw swallows nesting under the bridge arches. The path is evidently part of the El Camino hiking trail, and goes for miles across Spain.
To recover from our exertion we collapsed at a café with hot chocolate and tapas. I had anchovies with tomato jam, ...
... so I stopped and put in back in and then started to put some info into the GPS...well guess who pulls up behind me in the cop car...its me buddies ...oh crapp.....he hops out and starts to say to the right to Cuenta.....I nod .... ya I know GPS programming thanks......and I started off again. Whewww a few secs earlier he would have caught me putting the plugs in. So I hit the on ramp to the hiway I needed and was gone.
It was getting late and I ...