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... and I explored the Alcázar of Toledo, the old cathedral, the El Greco museum, and went through the Jewish Quarter (which I'm sure my parents/grandparents will be happy to know that even though I couldn't attend any services for Rosh Hashanah, I was inside an ancient synagogue for the High Holidays).
In class, I learned this week how in 1492, not only did Columbus sail the ocean blue, but also, All Jews were expelled from Spain, and told either to convert ...
... behind each leg of cured ham; e.g. they are cured between 1 to 4 years, with the older one fetching a higher price. A bit like wine, I suppose.
And now, it's to bed as we have another early morning and day tour tomorrow.
Hope you're all well back home.
Today we went to Toledo. We went into a very big cathedral which had a big painting on the roof. Our tour guide had a green umbrella to attract us. The cathedral
... lore, in particular the story of Moscardó's son Luis. The 16 year old boy was captured by the Republicans who held him hostage and demanded that the Nationalists surrender the Alcázar. It is alleged that Luis told his father: "Surrender or they will shoot me." To which his father replied: "Then commend your soul to God, shout 'Viva Cristo Rey' and die like a hero.
We spent far longer than planned and anticipated ...
... till late!"
We enter the old town and proceed to the small shop prior to going to the restaurant. All the shops are indeed open, except for this particular shop. Since we will be many miles away when they next re-open, it appears that Gail will just have to make do with a faulty travel iron. NB: I think as soon as we left the store, the proprietors shut up shop and disappeared before we realised what they had sold us.
... winters and we certainly don't.) When the doors to the bus opened in Toledo it was almost 100 degrees, but zero humidity! We stopped in a place that makes swords - something Toledo is quite famous for. And, of course, many people were suckered into the over-priced gift shop.
We walked over the bridge across the Rio Tajo and up the street to the Iglesia San Juan de los Reyes. The heat was oppressive, but dry. One person quoted ...