Hotel Abad Toledo
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... Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical. At 5 pm, to avoid the rain, we boarded a tourist bus that gave us a brief look at Toledo beyond the city walls. Two major structures dominated the skyline - the cathedral and the Alcazar (which also includes the Army Museum). Toledo was Spain's major political capital until King Phillip II moved it to Madrid in 1561. Today, it is a small town with about 10,000 inhabitants within the city, but ...
... to walk on there stone paths I don't know. The cathedral was massive. It is still considered the most important church in all of Spain. Work began in 1226 and it was finished in 1493. To describe the church is impossible, even photos can't describe it well enough. The main chapel is 90m long, and 30m and it's just breathtaking. There were several tombs in side of ex priests etc. lots of gold, paintings on walls and artefacts. After the cathedral we had free time. I ...
... the bus to Toldeo was actually in a different station. By the time
we found everyone else, went back on the metro to a different station, and
waited for our bus we left Madrid at about 2:30, but atleast we made it happen.
Tamar was really sick today and im not really sure what happened, I think it
was a combination of too much vino and exhaustion. The bus to toldeo was around
1 hour and as we approached it we realized how incredible it was. Toledo used
to be the capital ...
... from the 10th century. Had some good views of the battlements and the suburbs. Again our intended dinner place which would have served their specialty of partridge was closed. Had a good value set menu dinner nearby. Spaghetti start, carcamusas stew for seconds and a tiramisu for dessert. Almost ran to the train. Quick trip back. Took some photos at the tropical gardens in the old part of the Atocha station. Saw lots of terrapins. Near the hostel, got some ice ...
... em out by throwing me boots at em. Not sure what the folks in the next room thought...between my moans of protest and the pitter patter of me lively socks prancing around and the thumps of my boots hitting things...must have been entertaining.
Either way got ready to roll....they had a great breakfast and I loaded up and it was going to be a long ride day. Ultimate goal...Toledo...just outside of Madrid. Last big ride day of the adventure. Soooo I need ...