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 …
... himself. From there it was a quick tour of the Jewish Quarter before hopping on a local bus that winds it's way through the old town, past city walls and drops you off at Bisgara Gate, one of the original entrances to the city. It was a short walk back to the hotel from there. We needed another day to fully enjoy Toledo. It was back on the road to Madrid to return the car. Jack was grateful because his driving was now over. In total he drove over 2,300 ...
... and burnt off 2600 calories! that is handy to justify the food and drink indulgences.
Internet is poor in our room, so I'm in the hallway looking onto an open courtyard and the sky above. Hence no photos just yet. Of course we went nuts with scenic shots of the city when we walked across the bridge to gaze back at this stunning city. This was the capital of Spain for centuries after Roman times, and more importantly was the heart ...
... Alfredo sauce, but I don’t think the restaurant offers it, so they’re probably out of luck.
After lunch I headed to the Alcazar (military museum). It’s a large and very modern facility, covering about four floors. I had to put all my cameras in a bin and then walk through a metal detector, but even though I had lots of other metal I didn’t hear the machine “beep”. I headed first ...
... the hilly cobblestone streets of Toledo, inspired by its antiquated maze of roads, and incredibly well preserved monuments.
This city is known for its cutlery, ranging from pocketknives to kitchen knives, fencing swords to Lord of the Rings sized swords. Every shop had its display of the stuff tourists love to see, and we checked out nearly every one of them! One store in particular stood out, as not only the most affordable, but with the best salesperson ...