Beatriz Toledo Auditorium & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is awesome and deserted. We learn why a week later when a $A120 debit appears on the account. The locals take the back roads. Accommodation in a great apartment with every mod con in Alvor costs us $45/day The scenery at the very South western tip of Portugal on the Atlantic is spectacular. Would love to return here. 11 Dec - A long drive back into Spain heading through Seville and towards Córdoba. Break that journey at a randomly selected town, Carmona. This is a real ...
... ordered Paella and beer which was great! We boarded the bus and it took us four hours to get to Cordoba. According to Daniel there are 400 million olive oil trees here in Cordova, but the best place to buy olive oil is in Barcelona. We arrived in Cordova at 6:30. Our hotel here is beautiful. The shower/ bath tub area was unique. It had two huge shower heads and a deep jacuzzi tub all enclosed together. It felt so good to soak after all the walking we've been doing. ...
... of time in the country is an honorary Spaniard (Domenico Scarlatti, a famous compose,r, is also foreign born but much celebrated as a Spanish musician here).
The last stop was a synagogue, which we didn't get to spend much time in. Toledo is known as the "city of three cultures," having LOTS of Chrisitian, Jewish, and Arab influence...very eclectic and very beautiful. Toledo is my favorite city we have visited so far.
... Queen were supposed to be buried at, until they decided on Granada instead. The inside isn't much, but it did feature a neat courtyard (surprise), with a very out of place looking pine tree growing among orange trees.
We spent the rest of the afternoon wandering through the streets of Toledo, which were extremely decorated for some sort of festival. Banners hung from every balcony, while pine decor and flowers draped over the alleyways. ...
... have a glass of wine. We thought that might deaden some of the pain. From there it was a short walk to the entrance of the palace. The tickets were 9 Euros per adult for the self-guided tour. We paid another 4 Euros for one audio set and we began our tour.
The tour path winds through some two dozen rooms of the palace. They are all fascinating in their own way. The two rooms that stood out the most to Leslie and I were the Arab room and ...