Casona de la Reyna

Address: Carreras de San Sebastian, 26, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45001, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Toledo

    The Future of Sports

    A travel blog entry by neil.healy on May 23, 2015

    ... soccer goals. The dimensions of the court were the same as a basketball court, but had the field lines of a soccer field. One image that sums up the landscape of the sports world. This captivated me.

    Soccer is the world's most popular sport and has been for quite some time. According to Forbes, the top three most valuable sports franchises are soccer teams (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Manchester United) and ...

    Segovia and Avila

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 23, 2015

    101 photos

    ... everywhere.

    We liked Avila a lot. We found a place to park on a street just outside the walls, then walked up the snowy path, through the walls, to the cathedral. This cathedral is interesting mostly because of its red and white marble stones in the apse, and because the apse and flying buttresses are nearly connected to the city walls. Actually, the city walls, which are nearly intact and stretch 2.5km, with 9 gates. There are two entrances: we climbed the first ...

    Toledo

    A travel blog entry by kmiller5 on Jun 12, 2013

    3 photos

    ... even though they were very wealth their place wasn't decorated in a baroque manner, rather barely symbolized the Star of David. They and their people knew who they were and respected one another in a manner that they did not need to show off, they remained commoners. It is pretty awesome if u think about it + they made a lot of their walkways & decor with the texture of pineapples. We also some cubist artwork including ...

    Holy Toledo! Cliché but à propos.

    A travel blog entry by joandnorm on Oct 10, 2012

    21 photos

    ... to eat a banana which was strategically placed near their male co-competitors privates, being egged on by the crowd. All in good fun - entertaining students and tourists alike.
    While awaiting an appropriate time to head to dinner, we walked around the Plaza de Toros and through some neighbourhoods. I wish I had brought my pedometer as many days we have walked 5 to 6 hours. Surely we've done our 10 000 steps and then some!
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    Most Confusing Medieval Street Plan

    A travel blog entry by marty387 on Mar 13, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Jews were required to convert or leave. To test the Jews to see if they actually converted, they were required to eat ham. The term "Holy Toledo" actually has religious overtones.
    Toledo boasts more souvenir shops than any other town in Spain. Carolyn can vouch that she found just about all of them to my dismay.
    Our last stop in this area was San Juan de Los Reyes ...