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 public paths and access and private landowners.
The thunderstorms continued overnight and in the morning it started to feel cooler and fresher. We had both been doing well in heat but it was good to have a break from the heat.
The city's other main claim to fame, which brings in the tourists, is that Don Quixote was based in the La Mancha region and there are a number of sites to visit. More about that later. And finally town does make some fine marzipan ...
... finish up with the burial of the sardine. This represents the farewell to life's pleasures and the beginning of Lent. In the schools, they celebrate all week long leading up to the beginning of Carnaval. Every day, Nolan came home with a different design on his face or a mask. Friday, all the kids were dressed up in costumes just like we would for Halloween. ...
... green salad and venison. We finished off with a blueberry cheesecake that tasted like it’d been made with marscapone cheese- total bill 29.4 E.
As the next day was going to be the festival of Corpus Christi, we were woken at midnight by fireworks and a cannon bombardment. Later on, there were groups of drunken fools passing by in the streets. With our first –floor room it really sounded like they were right in the room with us. How ...
... good building) and a few other old but sandblasted things, before stocking-up in the Spar Shop and heading back for lunch and a siesta. Plenty of good schoolwork,nhufhokyj was done and it's now 7pm, we're outside watching the kids on the swings as Cathy draws them and I type these ramblings. In a minute we'll head home via the corner shop to stock-up on provisions, in preparation for a route-march in the ...