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Travel Blogs from Toledo
This morning the sky was grey and
forbidding with the hillside covered in mist. We went down for
breakfast (and a fine breakfast it was too with German/Italian types
We then made our way to the Jewish
quarter through the mist and went to the Seraphic Museum at …
The day began with grey clouds and the
snow from yesterday had all melted from the roof tops. We went down
for breakfast at about 9.00 (the time breakfast in this hotel starts)
and were served coffee and a big bread roll that was toasted by the
coughing and hacking clerk.
G´day everyone. Well, we´re off... Got to Dublin Airport thanks to one very excited Cathy Coyne! Thanks for the lift girl. Arrived in Madrid and Hertz wouldn´t accept Michael´s drivers license - the fact it was broken and his name had fallen off was the main factor, but he still protested!! So, the car was put in my name. Never drove a right hand …
This certainly is not Ohio! The town is very cool! Another walled city on a river full of narrow winding roads. I just love these types of towns. Once you're in it's like you're in a labyrinth of beautiful churches, restaurants, really neat shops full of medieval gifts, and this place even has a fortress! You pass a variety of unique doors and entryways.
I got in in the evening so I checked in to my hostel and got the scoop on places to ...
I headed off to Toledo, as Miguel had told me it was well worth a visit. An amazing small town filled with far to many tourists. I could swear I was in the UK.
I arrived at a beautiful old train station.
Rami would love this place. Heavily planted fig trees near the building. The gardener ...