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 …
... for Morocco for Xmas. The border crossing to Gibraltar involves walking across the main airstrip! All traffic stops when a plane lands. The rock offers spectacular views and the apes are cheeky but not aggressive, if you don't bother them. Their population has been thinned out by removing trouble makers. The currency here is the Gibraltar pound valued to the UK pound. Amusing to be talking with pommy sounding folks. 23 Dec - We leave Spain on a ferry across the straights to Tangiers, ...
... was a long wait, but one that was actually enjoyable as we watched the neighborhood come to life with people heading off to work or their activity for the day. Many people passed with children in strollers and carriages and then returned without the children, leading us to conclude that there must be a childcare center somewhere close by. Others where taking their dogs on a morning stroll. One cute little terrier, not on leash, would chase down the street after the ball his human ...
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 ...
We took the AVE high speed train from Madrid to medieval walled town of Toledo – we'd booked a place in the old city for 5 days. Toledo is built on a hill with narrow steep streets ( so narrow that when walking we had to squeeze into doorways whenever a car drove past. Like going back in time. The house is great, has a little internal rooftop area to eat outside which we used a lot. The walled part of the city is only about 1.5km in diameter so I didn’t think ...