Cigarral El Bosque
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... leave the country, or be killed. We explored an area that maintained a lot of Jewish historical influence from the "Sefarditas" or Sephardic Jews that still live there. I really enjoyed seeing the Hebrew words and Jewish stars around the area, especially since I went the same day as the Jewish New Year.
I arrived back at my home in Madrid on Thursday night and headed out again the very next morning for yet another big adventure. Stay tuned to find out where!
Oliver's big request for his birthday was a trip to Toledo. He knew that he needed a "real sword." The biggest interest in Oliver's life right now is the life of a knight. We a bought our bus tickets and took the 45 minute ride to Toledo. The city is known for its history of three cultures: Arab, Christian, and Jewish. And, it is a walking history lesson with plenty of sites to visit. There are more Churches, Synagogues, and Mosques ...
... Cathedral because of the excellent audio guide which is included in the 8 euros admission price.
The production values of the audio guide are evident and for me this guide with music and commentary made the cathedral come alive. There is so much to see here that you could literally spend all day walking around taking in sheer beauty of the decoration, the overall design and proportions, let alone take time to sit and contemplate. ...
... there for years and you can get a bigger choice with those sort of items from any department store!"
After our day out, we return to the hotel to freshen up to venture out again in search of another highly rated Trip Advisor restaurant. Gail proceeds to use her newly acquired travel iron and discovers it does not work properly. "No problems!" she insists. "I will return it when we go back in for dinner. The shops ...
Once we got to our house we went out for a walk in Toledo. The streets were cobbled and narrow, so narrow that when a car came you had to flatten yourself like a starfish against the building next to you, And it is so easy to get lost that mum even got lost on the way to the supermarket. That night we went out to restaurant that the owner of the house had mentioned to us called La Abadia. Once we got there we ordered some ...