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Travel Blogs from Toledo
... When we look at the
price list for the drinks, a big smile creeps upon our faces. Jugs of beer for
6 Euro. Sangria jugs 6 Euro. The best value of the night is the 3 litre 15 euro
fishbowls of cocktails. Long island ice tea cocktails to be precise. Added onto
that fact we learn that if you perform Karaoke you get a free shot of Tequila.
Didier and Pasqual get up and break the ice with a fantastic rendition of
Barbie girl. ...
... and it an ancient city on a hill surrounded by a
wall. It was truly incredible and definitely one of the most peaceful places I have
been. Unlike other ancient cities I have visited, Toledo was not very touristy
and its winding roads and incredible views made it and incredible excursion. We
began our day by sitting outside for some lunch, we enjoyed cervesa and some
fish- it was so awesome. We roamed around some more and enjoyed ice cream while
we visited the ...
... Alcazar...LOL. Kinda lucked out on that.
So unpacked....and went down to the local plaza.....and sure enough....a great lil cafe...with awesome tapas and great mojitos....time to say ahhhhhhhhhhhhh.
Sure enough .... another camouflaged Mcdonalds right next the cafe I'm in...they have them near every major historical site it seems....heh heh free wifi for me. So after a good relaxing meal....I limped back to me room and crashed......awesome riding day to cap it!
I got up, showered, and very quietly exited the house to catch my train at 10:20 am. Before I left, I I took the metro there, annoyingly having to change twice but I’d done it before so at least I knew the system at that point. When I got to the train station, I was a little confused about how to access the platform and it was about 10:13- they close the doors in Spain 2 minutes before the train departs. I ended up finding the right platform and boarding the train without an ...
... we went on for an hour busride, Silvia told us about Toledo, and we saw the world outside thicken with Spanish names and hotels. In the last ten minutes, I spent most of the time with my mouth hanging open. We passed right through the center of Toledo, with narrow streets and cobblestones, and random teenagers waving at us as we passed a main cafe. Eventually, we pulled up outside our hotel and grabbed ...