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... group, Kirin had a hard time giving us directions to where we needed to go. So we wandered around part of Toledo for about 15-20 minutes before finally reuniting with my group. I still have to thank Kirin for being able to meet up and for her "confidently unsure" directions! Once back with Isabel, we walked around the cathedral of Toledo, which is the biggest in Spain. We were in there for a solid 45 minutes, it took that long to get around! ...
... hour later, we had upgraded to an Audi A3 Diesel with automatic transmission and were eager to see if Ms Garmin could find our way to Toledo.
In less time than it took to rent the car, we were winding our way around the walls of the historic and picturesque city of Toledo located on the Tagus River. The ancient walls encircle the old part of the where Romans built a fortress on the site. In the Middle Ages, Christians, Muslims, and Jews co-existed ...
... people in Spain don't cross the street when the no-walk sign is on. And this isn't just for large streets with heavy traffic, but even the little streets where there are no cars coming. This is super attractive to me.
It's kind of crazy, but I think I brought Seattle with me to Spain. Everywhere I look I see these "sin gluten" notes on the foot in the stores. When did the whole world become gluten intolerant?
... Thursday night, after my last exam, I leave for a trip to Galicia, the most north-western state of Spain. My Spanish mom tells me it is like a different world there, so I can't wait to see exactly what that means. The only downfall is unlike here in the middle of Spain, it is supposed to rain every day there!
After three posts in two days, I'm signing off for a while with the blog! check back in a little over a week for the story of Galicia!
... an interesting flavour combination. We had a nap back at the room and headed back to Plaza de Zuccover to pick up some marzipan souvenirs. In a store on the way back I picked up a small bottle of wine and some olive oil. As the tavern didn’t open until 8 we waited in a nearby plaza watching the passers by. Many of them were on a self-guided tour of the courtyards of Toledo.