Cigarral El Bosque
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... plan for the city and shows how concentrated everything is into a relatively small space. We walked into town on the first night we arrived and managed to get a feel of the place without the masses of tourists that come in during the day. YES I know we are tourists too but ...... I don't want to be with them all the time.
The day had been hot and we knew storms were on the way so it was no surprise that the heavens opened at about 9pm. We avoided the worst of it but did stay ...
... it was utilized by the Christians instead of being torn down.
While we also in Toledo we saw one of El Greco's famous paintings of The Burial of Count Orgaz. It was a beautifully detailed masterpiece that showed the death of Count Orgaz and his ascension into heaven.
We continued are journey through the picturesque streets of Toledo, appreciating the beauty of centuries. We ended our tour ...
... but high quality knife with a blade made from Toledo steel and the handle handmade from antler. I did the whole interaction with the guy in the shop in Spanish so I didn't understand every word he said, but before I bought it I made sure to check that it's a type of knife allowed into the UK. He showed me the types he had that aren't allowed and said that my one was fine. So fingers crossed it will get through OK on Monday! I've already put it into my big case to make ...
... 8217;t used the car for a couple of days, so it was good to get out and about, and see a bit of the landscape. The whole area is a high plateau with expansive views of rolling farmland, for miles around, the corn pale yellow, nearly ready for the harvest. A great sense of space and light. When we eventually reached the sign ‘Castille Monteban’ pointing down a rough track, there was another, which even with poor ...
... we headed back to Fabula, and started with a partridge salad with mache, fresh and sundried tomatoes, and roasted pepper with balsamic reduction. Next I had grilled squid with caramelised onion (S. showed no interest) and the dinner ended with marinated pork loin which came with lovely roasted veg and potatoes. This was unusual as most meat dishes come with nothing else on the plate. For desert, ...