Casona de la Reyna
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Early in the morning, we took an hour long ride to Toledo (I slept the entire way). When we arrived to the city, it was breath-taking. The old city sits on top of a hill and is surrounded by a river. It's incredible. We drove up to a high point and were able to take pictures. We then began our walking tour of Toledo, a city which has influences of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. However, the entire tour was uphill, which was… good exercise. We saw the Monastery of San Juan ...
... of the Jews the Catholic Monarch gave the building to the Order of Calatrava. The former great prayer hall became a Christian temple and burial place for some of the Knights of Calatrava. The building had many different uses over the next 4 centuries. In 1877, it was declared a national monument.
The great prayer room is rectangular in shape with a collar beam roof (see the photo). Although, most of the original polychrome has been lost, some of the ...
... and ones that were only allowed for the King or President of other countries. In fact, that special door was last used for the entrance of Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. Our tour guide was the one that gave them a tour that day and he said they were very high maintenance and it was a horrible tour.
The next stop we made in Toledo was the Iglesia de Ste. Tomé (Church of Toledo). This church was special because it was painted by El Greco, a very famous painter that ...
... cafes and shops. And lots of shops selling marzipan sweets and biscuits. Not sure why, but they are displayed in lots of shop windows. They are mostly packed, however, rather than fresh, so did not buy to try. Well, at least that was one source of kilojoules averted!
... in the cage.
Bull running is a prelude to the bullfighting that is hugely popular and not something the Spanish SPCA – if they have one - has any say over. Unlike the bullfighting in southern France, and bull running, Spanish bull fighting usually (though not always) requires the bull to be killed as a finale, with the matador (the top torero or bullfighter) dramatically dispatching it cleanly and quickly with a single sword stroke down through ...