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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 left early for our long bus trip to Cordoba. At 9:30 AM we arrived in Toledo for a half-day tour. Our guide, Carlos met us and took us to the hilltop city. There are 6 escalators to get to the old city on top of the hill. Toledo was the original capital city and was Moorish from 711 A.D. to the early 16th century. The Jewish people, Muslims and Christians all lived peacefully together there until 1492 when the Christians (Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand) took ...
... I work with at the adult school told me Wednesday night that the kids dress up Friday and so of course, Thursday we went costume shopping. Also similar to our Halloween, if you wait until a day before to buy your costume, there isn't much of a selection. Thankfully, Nolan had talked about wanting to be a pirate and there was one available. The accessories ...
... to Madrid doesn't take too long and we are back to the start of
our tour in no time.
After we check in to the hostel there are a
few sad farewells and goodbyes from the small little band of friends we made.
The few that are staying in Madrid plan to meet up in the bar under the hostel
for a karaoke night! This is where it gets interesting. We had some tea and
head our butts into the bar which is empty besides 4 ...
... is lovely, moist and creamy and with a lovely taste and a firmer texture than we are used to. It comes sealed with olive oil to keep it moist. We had the bread for lunch and it wasn’t bad (probably 7-8/10). (The best French bread would be about 15/10 and is probably made in heaven).
When we had recovered from lunch, back into town a to visit the Cathedral, which is another big and important one and has the same role in Spain as Canterbury does ...
As the city is on a walled hill, with narrow winding streets, it’s completely impassable to a tourist bus. There is however a set of escalators ascending to the top. We left the bus as the bottom and went up these, entering the city as a group of over 100. Our first stop was the cathedral which is one of the main attractions of Toledo, and quite spectacular. As we made our way there, ...