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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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On Oct 21st I started my drive up to Toledo. I was overwhelmed by choice of navigation, my phone, my sat nav, or the good old Michelin map. In the end I used a combination of all three! For the actual journey I used the map, as it displays the scenic routes and is a lot more fun. To find campsites I often use my phone, or the sat nav if I can find the destination on it, or to ...
... in the interior.
It is a massive structure, 390 feet long, 194 feet wide, and 146 feet high. There are many beautiful things to see. Behind the altar are scenes from Christ's life. It is made of polychrome and golden wood and took 6 years to construct (1498 to 1504). This reredos is considered one of the most beautiful in Spain. The carving on the wooden lower choir stalls depict scenes of the fall of Granada (a city we will be visiting in a few ...
... I know of. Toledo is now probably more well known for marzipan and knives, having once boasted the best knives and swords of all of Europe, which means that today every tourist has a wide range of sharp edges to choose from when purchasing souvenirs or gifts for back home.
The most impressive part of Toledo on this trip, other than the fact that it's a lovely walled city sitting on a ...
... which was rather small and didn't have anything going for it, we stopped for a drinks break at a little kiosk nearby, before we walked around some more and had lunch at a traditional Spanish restaurant serving chips and nuggets, the restaurant incidentally was called McDonalds, and was very Spanish!
After a busy morning we hopped on to a tourist train which is similar to the ones you see touring around the theme parks. The little tractor powered ...
... Party all the way to Preston and back) and the mills (that's what the kids on the street call them). Good views, but the town was pretty un-eventful and we took our happy snaps & left.
Next was the high light of the day visiting the old capital of Spain, once the Catholic took it back from the Moores. They made Toledo the capital, and they chucked some churches and a massive Cathedral, this all made it the Holy Capital of ...