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... looking around and doing a little shopping. One thing I discovered was Mazapan, which is a bread/pastry sort of thing that is made out of almonds. It tasted amazing and I bought a large box to bring back and store in my room. I also made what was probably one of the best purchases of the trip and bought a small sword. Toledo is famous for their sword making so I figured I might as well buy ...
It was an early start, I met Jan in plaza de Espana, so we could catch a taxi together to the bus. The tour group consisted of a variety of students all wanting to see the sights. Most of them were older. Unfortunately it was a 3 and a half hour trip. We had to go past Madrid and most of it was on the road we came up on. We had a toilet stop about 2 hours in. Most people had a wee snooze on the bus. Our first proper stop was at a look out opposite the city. It was an ...
... decorated gates at most entrances, was Toledo at sunset. Both Pat and myself were most impressed by the views of the river that surrounds the city and the absolutely gorgeous sky with a medieval town setting. There is a river path that surrounds the centre of the town which is the circuitous route that we took as we meandered back to the train station after our obligatory coffee and marzipan ...
... de San Juan de los Reyes. This monastery sports a baroque interior and a lovely cloister, built to replicate gothic style appearance despite being built in a more baroque era. the cloister was the particularly nice, and was definitely the prettiest and most interedting cathedral we've visited in Iberia. The cloister even had a second floor, allowing for great photographs of the section below, as well as of the church itself. We left soon after and made our way to ...
... taking in the narrow alleyways, stores, and architectural details.
For dinner, we picked a restaurant named Fabula off the internet which turned out to be an excellent choice. We had the cheese filled, bacon wrapped dates, the wild boar, and eggplant stuffed with cheese. We finished with chocolate 'souffle’ actually an oozing chocolate cake. The food was all excellent, and the total bill was 35.2 E, so a great deal.