Beatriz Toledo Auditorium & Spa
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... and the priceless art. The 16thC. Monstrance (which contains the host) is made of 5,000 pieces held together by 12,500 screws and laden with diamonds, emeralds, rubies and 400 lbs of gold plated silver. The inner core is 35lbs of solid gold! And the Sacristy contains the works of El Greco, Goya, Titian, Rubens, and Velazquez. Still needing another art fix, we left the cathedral and walked (yes, uphill) to the Santa Cruz museum that contains 15 ...
... got to have some free time. During the free time, I went to many of the little shops on the streets and looked at the merchandise that Toledo is most famous for: swords, jewelry, damasquinados and leather. Then we left back to our “home away from home”, Madrid. Overall, I had a fantastic experience being immersed in the culture of this ancient city. I highly recommend it for anyone who goes to Spain.
... walked through a series of narrow and very colourful streets and then past the Cathedral to reach Hotel Eurico. Although we were early, our rooms were ready which was nice. The first thing I did was to switch on the air conditioner.
I went out exploring in the early afternoon, stopping at the nearby Cathedral first. I paid admission and got an Audioguide (which I don’t often do), leaving my driver’s license ...
Most visited city in Spain apparently - and for good reason
Such a great atmospheric city - narrow steep streets covered with canvas to protect from the hot sun - its 32 degrees today.
Toledo before 1492 was a very religiously tolerant city - before Ferdinand and Isabella came along and told the jews ...
... there you could see the entire lower part of the city, including the famous New Gate of Bisagra, the Hospital de Tavera and the overall city center.
From there, we hiked down a steep hill to the lower part of the city. Toledo is set up much like Jaen...hills everywhere that never seem to end. Unlike Jaen, it is equipped with an escalator up the hill that the locals seem to use. In the lower part of the city, we visited the Gate of Bisagra, which ...