Casona de la Reyna

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

    Toledo - another place I've always wanted to visit

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 01, 2014

    36 photos

    ... belfry tower to see what I think is the largest bell in Spain. The cathedral included a museum that was mainly filled with religious art but also contained four silver sculptures from 1695 of a goddess sitting on a globe showing one of the four known continents on the world at the time. I gave a mental cheer when I looked at the Americas one and saw the names of both Guayaquil and Quito carved into the correct places in the space where the country Ecuador would later ...

    Toledo sucks - Segovia rules

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 25, 2014

    41 photos

    ... a kilometre I stopped an old guy and said "estacion de autobus, por favor". He pointed back up the hill that I had just walked down and mimed the third tuning at the crossroads.
    I was hot, and my legs were sore from walking, but all I could do was turn around and walk back up the hill. I was so out of breath, and so tired that I almost cried before it was all over and I finally reached the bus depot.
    I'm not going back to Toledo ever again. I think the place has got it in for me....

    SeMAMA santa

    A travel blog entry by kcseymour on Apr 08, 2012

    3 comments, 155 photos

    ... de Córdoba, and Granada) and into Castilla la Mancha (to the quaint medieval town of Toledo).

    The Holy Week processions (parades) were unlike anything Mom and I had ever seen. Men, women, and children solemnly march to the beat of thundering drums, through the cobble-stone, incense-infused streets dressed as Nazarenos (Nazarenes) with KKK-inspired tunics and hoods. The marching hoods ushered giant floats, covered in bright flowers and ...


    A travel blog entry by catswain on Aug 11, 2011

    5 photos

    ... that building. Those chains were the shackles that were on Christian prisoners in Granada. Queen Isabel had the chains attached to the walls once the prisoners were set free from Granada (in 1492). Very strange looking up at those shackles and thinking that they were once attached to people.

    Our group disbanded at the Monasterio and we each made our way to find something to eat. My friend, Carol, and I headed into the center ...

    Wednesday - Touring Toledo

    A travel blog entry by kmcadams on May 25, 2011

    10 photos

    ... some shopping, getting Claire a fan, Graham a sword (this town is full of both), and some panuelos (tissues). Lunch was some yummy pizza, and the kids got their ice cream early. I’m not sure if it’s because it’s so warm or because it’s a tourist town, but there is ice cream everywhere, and we are enjoying it!

    For breakfast we’ve been ...