Carlos V Hotel
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The roof top was amazing and had a great view of the whole city.
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I arrived at the airport in Madrid and then continued on for orientation in the Old Town part of Toledo,Spain which is a province in Castile La-Mancha. I met the others in the program: Ashley, Jason, Claudia, Abali, and Liliah. We stayed at Hotel Carlos. Toledo was absolutely gorgeous with lots of old architecture, castles, and …
... nave were were completed in 1493. However the original church dates to 13 of April of 587. The Moors tore down the cathedral and replaced it with the main masque of the city of Toledo. Despite its many destructions and rebuilds the church is a spectacular shrine of religion and the wealth of those who shaped its present form. Making note of the wealth of the cathedral is also known as Dives Toletana (the Rich Toledan).
A room of gold ...
The "true french train experience" when your French just isn't up to it and nobody will speak English. We stood on the platform and watched the train leave thinking our's would be the next. In fact it was two departures leaving joined together. To rectify! this little disaster cost us an extra €20 and a change to a light rail crossing at the border. Eventually we reached our hotel in Bilbao home to the famous Guggenheim Museum. 26 Nov - Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao 27 Nov -bus ...
... On one of the roundabouts we see a large bronze sculpture of what looks like Ceasar Augustus but I think that's strange why would that be here in a Spanish town. Further on, in another roundabout a fragment of a large marble column. We are here just for a quick stop looking for lunch, but we have to drive quite a ways to find an open restaurant on this sleepy Sunday afternoon. We pull into a quarter of the town that has more activity and there's a couple straining on tippy toes to ...
... city. I’m just so grateful to be here.
The culture shock hasn’t hit me yet, though I’m sure when it does it’ll hit hard. My Spanish could be better, but I understand enough so that waiters and waitresses still speak Spanish to me even though it’s painfully obvious I’m struggling. I just want so badly to learn and speak Spanish that when the locals start speaking ...