Cigarral El Bosque
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... a painter). It was all very picturesque! There were tons of little cafes and restaurants on the side of the cobblestone roads. Javier asked for some "traditional Toledo meal" so we ate ... Ok I was just informed we ate deer . Didn't realize that one... I thought I was eating beef. Oh my Hahha . Well it was pretty good...I am expanding my pallet over here I guess. Sorry Bambi. The weather is once again on point, I'll have to remember the sunscreen next time. Buenas noches! ...
Our arrival in Toledo last night was heralded by thunder and lightning, but we managed to jump on a bus and find our hotel before it started to rain. We decided to eat at a restaurant close by just in case the weather got worse - and it did. We were entertained with a fantastic display of lightning and thunder. We ran all the way home (just like the little piggies did), with water cascading all around us, but fortunately we were only ...
Ok, before we set out on this trip, we made a promise that we wouldn't bore you with details about castle after castle, museum after museum. Today is no exception, but I really need to tell you about Toledo.
We took a day tour out to Toledo and it turned out to be a most enjoyable day out. It was an hour's drive out of Madrid across the La Mancha plains, made famous by Don Quixote. For a start, it was different: a walking tour rather than sitting on a bus being ...
... site as soon as the gates were opened at 9.00am, to negotiate the very narrow lane before it got busy with picnickers on their way up to the park. The lane winds about, following the edge of a lake, deep blue and sparkling in the sunshine below us. Once clear, we pulled off and stopped for breakfast with a good view of mountains and lake. Bacon butty and fresh coffee. Then a leisurely trip of around 60 miles to Toledo. We ...
... off the beaten track. Not sure how any tourists would ever know about this or discover it, so we were lucky we were able to experience it.
We stopped for lunch at El Drogo and had our first big mid-day meal - ham, cheese, bread, gazpacho, tortilla espanola and calamares and tinto verano (Sangria).
After lunch we attempted to go to El Alcazar, but because it was getting late and we needed to catch a train back, ...