Hotel Alfonso VI
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Saturday morning we headed of for our day trip to Toledo. This city was once the capital of Spain with 200,000 people. It was also considered the most holy city, hence the saying "Holy Toledo".
The original city was surrounded on two sides by the longest river in Spain, with a wall protecting the remaining.
It is built on a hill and we entered the city by ascening on several sets of escalators (just as well as the climb was quite a distance). The history goes ...
... that a house wine would be a normal glass of wine, served with your drink.
Not in Toledo.
Instead, she received a large beer bottle sized bottle of white wine, and a glass to pour it all in. All in all, it ended up being 4-5 glasses of wine, just for lunch. Dad and I were frankly surprised that we didn't have to carry her up and down the hills later that day. Mom, for her part, seemed very pleased with herself.
After lunch ...
... t home much but he´s really nice. He brought his girlfriend Idi over once and she´s so cute.
This past weekend everyone from the fund went out pretty much every night starting on Thursday since we don´t have Friday classes. One of our favorite bars is Enebro which has great deals and outdoor seating with fuego to keep warm. Saturday night a few of us went to The Explorer´s Club which had a great environment too. On Sunday, Alfonso showed me around and ...
... First this cathedral is sooooo beautiful and massive massive - it is now on my top ten ....google it.....wow! No, there was more.
The mass was poorly attended - maybe 15 of us and 4 nuns, absolutely crazy in a cathedral the size of a small country.... but ohhhh, the priests!!!! Before you think creepy - there were about 14 really really old priests at the front - six on each side, ...