Cigarral El Bosque
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... you know the stuff where gold wire is hand pressed onto steel discs [usually] in an intricate geometric pattern - watched a guy at work. Tried the regional vermouth - a dryish reddish type - and we are hooked on a new drink. Love the way they give a free nibble of something with a drink - olive marinated with roast garlic, mascarpone and pickle on toastie, potato and bacalao ....
Heading west into Extramadura to explore more ...
Today was a great day in Toledo! I left Vivi’s in Madrid at 10:30am and walked down to Atocha train station to get the train to Toledo. Alicia was nice enough to pick me up at the train station with Rodrigo when I arrived at noon. We went into the old city and parked the car so we could walk around for a few hours. It really is a cool little city, built on a hill, and surrounded by the river Tajo on three sides. Alicia used to be a ...
... us to depart at 1pm. We walked to Ovi’s
apartment so we could take the metro together to the bus station. We had fun reminiscing
about the night before and how awesome toldeo would be. Today was Ovi’s 21st
birthday- we needed to make it amazing. We tried to organize Amanda and Cater
to meet us before but since they were opposite us it made more sense to meet in
the center. Unfortunately we didn’t get to the station until about 1:30 and
... go there, you see a plethora of different people. You can see Christians, Muslims, and Jews all live together peacefully in one city and it gives me hope that we, as religions, can learn how tolerate each other. One of my favorite places would be La Catedral de Toledo, where Mamá and I worship every Sunday. However, I also love passing by La Sinagoga del Tránsito, the local synagogue, built only five years ago. What I love about ...
... family's house. I'm writing this so that's proof that I made it back ok. It is pretty safe, it's just always a little sketchy walking alone after dark. The whole language barrier doesn't really help. But here I am, safe and sound. Hopefully I can convince Mina and Danny and other Fund people to go outside the walls for a night out.. we shall see. Well, first day of class starts tomorrow and i'm rather tired, so that is all for now. Buenas noches!