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Travel Blogs from Toledo
... a kilometre I stopped an old guy and said "estacion de autobus, por favor". He pointed back up the hill that I had just walked down and mimed the third tuning at the crossroads.
I was hot, and my legs were sore from walking, but all I could do was turn around and walk back up the hill. I was so out of breath, and so tired that I almost cried before it was all over and I finally reached the bus depot.
I'm not going back to Toledo ever again. I think the place has got it in for me....
... or just killed.
We eventually found the Jewish museum, a historic synagogue and spent an interesting informative time discovering their past and being in those spaces. That place was next to the El Greco centre, a home set up to show the way the painter lived, littered with his works, that also absorbed us for another hour or more. El Greco used light in a stunning vivid and emotional way, even though his subject matter was either religious ...
... Parador, which was originally built by the Count of Toledo in the 14th century. I’d say this is one of the lesser amazing buildings, but the remarkable thing is the view it has of the Toledo medieval city. Second to none! Very peaceful out of the main city.
I checked out fairly early on Tuesday 2 July so I could see a bit more before hitting the road at 12:30pm to make my 3:30pm flight out of Madrid airport. Toledo used to be capital of Spain and is known for ...
... and he's leaving us to go to Italy for a couple of weeks), gave him his gift of spending money from all of us, and also cheered for Carmen and gave her our gift of tip money. After figuring out the total tip money she earned from all 41 of us, I am convinced I am definitely in the wrong line of work, money-wise.
After dinner, we said good night to everyone, and headed upstairs to prepare for our departure for home ...
... was a little less than an hour, though I was asleep for most of it. The drive in, at least during the last few minutes, was gorgeous. Rio Tajo (rio is river) runs through Toledo, and it was so pretty to see that against the rocks (Toledo is in a bit of a valley, it's hard to describe). We took a group picture and then got out to go to the main part of the town.
After a basic introduction of Toledo by our awesome ...
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