Hotel Abad Toledo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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The pictures I have don't even come close to doing the beauty of this city justice but they're still pretty amazing. I don't have much to write because it was all historical information, which was SUPER awesome, but I didn't retain as much as I wish I had.
Moral of the story: beautiful city, super old, awesome architecture, lots of walking, amazing history, great experience.
... I'm there...I just hope I can resist the urge to play with it.
After we all finished up shopping we took a late train home and arrived back in Madrid just in time for dinner around 9:30. It was not one of the more intensive trips but I still enjoyed it all the same. Sometimes it is more fun to learn about a city but getting lost in the streets and shops rather than touring the tourist areas.
... Roman, Visigoth, Moorish and Christian. Our photos tell the story
We really enjoyed this museum. The building itself is beautiful. There may have been a dozen or two other people there and we could get close to the art. Photos without flash were allowed so we both took a lot. It figured it would be hard to decide what photos to upload to our blog. The collection included medieval and Renaissance tapestries, paintings and sculptures.
Toledo is built ...
... br> count them and that kept him busy for hours. There are no Jews living
in the city where thousands of Jews lived for 500 years including many
of the Rishonim (Abravenel) and others. One can see that the Jews were
very successful there years ago. Shlomo pointed out where various Jewish
structures and administrative buildings used to be as well as many sad
stories and the central square where Jews were ...
We travel through the arid landscape of La Mancha where some of the legendary windmills still exist. From what may first appear as an unforgiving and dry land, an agricultural bounty grows. Jose tells us that Spain grows all of its own produce except pineapples. He points out important aspects of our drive: the Holm Oaks on which black truffles grow as a fungus. We learn that Spain is one of the world's top olive ...