Casona de la Reyna
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single daytrip from the city, the best one by far is to go to Toledo, less than
an hour to the south by bus or train. Toledo is a kind of cultural capital of
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... come charging back for more. We worried that he was going to get hit by a car or scooter, but he seemed accustomed to the game, probably his daily activity.
But for David and Lisa it was a tense, harrowing morning, dealing with the traffic and the difficult-to-negotiate, narrow, one-way streets, trying desperately to find a way back to us. It also played havoc with our plans for the day. To say that we all felt a sense of relief when we finally made contact and got out of town ...
... to convert to Christianity or leave. We decided to look at the old Jewish "sinagogue" which was converted into a church - made a change from the usual Cathedrals we visit and gave us an insight on Jewish life and customs. Did not realise they can't wash on the Sabbath for example!
... soldiers showed up and began drumming and getting ready to march. While I assume they aren't actually supposed to be American militia men, they definitely looked like it. I don't know what they really were, but we had a good time watching them.
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... had a wonderful lunch for just over 45 Euros for the three of us. We ordered a carafe of red wine to go with our lunch. Shortly after bringing the wine, the waiter brought some fresh bread. A little later, he brought three small slices of bread. Each one had cream cheese and smoked salmon. They tasted great. For the first plate, Leslie had a type of chicken soup, Tyler had Sopa Castellana, and I had Consume de Jerez. It was a consume into which ...