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... peace and quiet, but in Toledo it was absolutely silent sometimes and it felt incredibly peaceful.
When I got to Toledo it was getting pretty late, Kirin and her friend from an exchange program at her university showed me a little around the city and then we went out to a bar and club where I met others in her program. I booked a hostel online that unfortunately wasn't the most spacious, nor accommodating place, but I did meet a girl there from New Zealand who ...
... Jewish and Christian origin in coexistence.
We saw Christian churches that were once mosques, and a synagogue with a Christian name. An amazing juxtaposition of different religions and architectural styles.
The town itself is nothing short of spectacular. On one side is a river which forms a natural barrier into the city. The only way across this is across St Martin's bridge, built in the 1300s. Just like in the movies, you can just imagine a ...
... staircase from the cloister and the internal proportions of the former hospital.
As an added bonus when we visited there was a temporary exhibition on the work of Esteban Lisa - a rare treat since he was an artist unknown to us and someone we would not otherwise have discovered.
Of all the monuments and historical sites we visited in Toledo this was my least favourite - probably because of the minor ...
... and traveling 380 km. Unfortunately the one brother's backpack didn't arrive. One of my trekking poles got a bit damaged (sorry Myra) but Bill was able to fix it.
Thanks Jim and Nan, for lending us the sim card as we were able to use the phone right away and were able to call for our shuttle bus. We travelled to the Clement Hotel in Barajas and checked in. The Clement Hotel is a modern clean hotel! We ...
... sup> C house, with dozens of El Greco masterpieces and informative commentary, and some pieces by related contemporaries. Then on next door to the Sephardic museum to view a Jewish synagogue of the 15th C, with displays and artifacts of Jewish life in ancient Toledo.
We will be moving on southward tomorrow, so who knows what tomorrow may bring, to quote a certain old ...