Beatriz Toledo Auditorium & Spa
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... around the cold, cold building. There were many chapels. It was a very late quasi-gothic cathedral, built in the 1500s, and really almost as Renaissance as gothic. It definitely has limited dematerialization and much more realistic (less ephemeral light) than true gothic cathedrals. You could enter the choir and see the music books, which was cool.
We checked out and then headed out of town. The drive towards Avila was lovely, through snow-covered countryside – ...
... ago, next Roman, Visigoth, Moorish and Christian. Our photos tell the story
We really enjoyed this museum. The building itself is beautiful. There may have been a dozen or two other people there and we could get close to the art. Photos without flash were allowed so we both took a lot. It figured it would be hard to decide what photos to upload to our blog. The collection included medieval and Renaissance tapestries, paintings and sculptures.
... church dedicated to the Virgin Mary. We left the Synagogue and stopped at one last church on the way out
Our next and final stop, La Iglesia de San Juan de los Reyes, was a very cool Church. It also doubled as a monastery, but is no longer in use. The church was built in honor of Isabel II when she won the Carlist wars and was declared queen of Spain. It was the burial place of many famous and important nobility of Spain, but was quickly forgotten about after the war ...
... we were in Don Quixote country. These are the windmills that Cervantes made famous in his novel when Quixote attacks the windmills thinking they are ferocious giants.
We were now in the Castilla la Mancha region and Consuegra is where these windmills ...
... value rather highly as you realise you might well require them later on in life.
This proved successful for one man who came off relatively unscathed – however, a rescuer, who attempted to distract the bull, did so a little too well - becoming the next victim to be pummelled and dragged across the street into the same bars which were ironically a safe haven for everyone else. Fortunately, the bull relented for a short moment, allowing the man ...