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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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Hotel perched on a hill just outside Toledo with great views of the countryside. Parked GG in spacious underground car park, where I met another (French) Harley rider tending to his machine..obviously on his way to,the jamboree in the South. He admired my....GG! He appreciates a good motor as well!
We jumped in the pool to cool off, then headed ...
... it or across the street. There are few great vistas across large
squares as there are at many of Europe’s other great cathedrals. You can get
glimpses of its grandeur at its doors, a few views of its facades from small
plazas, and glimpses of its spire from some spots around Toledo, but the
wonders of Toledo’s cathedral are its interior rather than exterior.
... but high quality knife with a blade made from Toledo steel and the handle handmade from antler. I did the whole interaction with the guy in the shop in Spanish so I didn't understand every word he said, but before I bought it I made sure to check that it's a type of knife allowed into the UK. He showed me the types he had that aren't allowed and said that my one was fine. So fingers crossed it will get through OK on Monday! I've already put it into my big case to make ...
... of any sort, worn paths in the grass leading to the way in. You could climb up the worn steps and fall off the tops of the lofty walls if you had a mind to. It was cracked and fractured and birds were nesting in the walls while a strong breeze tugged at the grass and threatened to unbalance you when negotiating a tricky bit.
We went on to a notable 8th Century church, down a lane that was being widened and rebuilt and which ...
... 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, ...