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Got the car which was an easy experience with Hertz UK [about 2/3 the price of Hertz anywhere else and the best deal]. It is a near new Seat Leon station wagon and very comfortable - plenty enough room for John and Mireille! We have spent two nights in Toledo and feel like the early holiday fog has lifted. Better sleeps, even on the normal hard …
... at the time of the reconquest
of Granada in 1492. When you look more closely, though, you see that Toledo isn’t
quite as pristine as, say, some of the medieval hill towns in Italy. There was
a great deal of destruction in the city during the Spanish Civil War, and the
reconstruction clearly used modern materials not entirely true to original
On my previous visit with my brother we spent a lot ...
... not decipher everything, but we managed. Lana ordered a delicious gazpacho filled with chunks of tomatoes, peppers, and ham. Lisa and David ordered the grilled vegetables and an omelet with mushrooms and other assorted goodies, while Bob enjoyed grilled chicken and vegetables. Soon, every table was filled, so we concluded it must the local place for lunch. It was a fun stop after a hectic beginning to our day.
Moving on, we arrived in Toledo in the late afternoon. It was ...
... mausoleum for monarchs 30 metres underground. There was one large one that looked like a roundabout, all white with names around the edge. This was for all the children who died before the age of 7.
Bern found a great jewellery shop up the street. A nice juxtaposition.
Onto Toledo to another second rate hotel overlooking the river and the city.
... closed. We ended up meeting two other students who were in our program who were also wondering the streets looking for food. I hate to say it, but my first meal in Spain was chicken McNuggets, french fries, and a smoothie from McDonalds.
We reconvened downstairs at the hotel to have our first lecture of the seminar. The seminars title is Azahar, named after the bitter orange trees that fill the streets of cities in southern Spain. ...