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Travel Blogs from Toledo
... and the bridges crossing the river.
After entering and beginning the tour of Toledo signs of the city's age were much more evident; the narrow bumpy streets and old castle-like buildings were similar to Segovia. We toured the cathedral, during which I noticed how very similar the inside architecture and organization was to the cathedral in Segovia. Towering pillars and massive ornate organs accounted for the majority ...
... to go to the airport. We met a couple at the metro station when we got off to transfer to the train to the airport. They asked us for directions and amazingly we knew how to tell them to get to the airport. My how we have evolved! Imagine, us now telling fellow travelers how to get around.
We made it to the airport in plenty of time and waited for the plane. We had chosen good seats, which allowed Bill ...
... we decided to hop on. The tour was short, but it sure was worth it as it took us to a panoramic point that I wanted to visit that gave the best views of the city.
The bus did a circle around the city and dropped us off right where we got on. From there we started wondering around the rest of city, heading towards the cathedral. The cathedral is pretty old and, although large, it didn't ...
... br> We sat out there talking about everything from 8pm-11pm. We talked about his life growing up Finnish but feeling like part of him was Vietnamese and how he tried to unite the two different cultures. We discussed our families, relationships, schooling, differences between the US and Europe, war, love, men and women, how the people you meet in a place often influence how much you like a place more than the actual place- everything. It was the best conversation that I’ve had ...
... city itself. It was painful to depart from the town so soon, but if we had to, that view made it a little easier.
The 6-hour busride that followed was full of bonding. We played Contact and Never Have I Ever, told ridiculous stories, and tried to figure out the lyrics to a song from years past (Homage). Meanwhile, we learned to hate our haughty tour guide. The hotel, when we finally arrived, was super fancy. The dinner was not ...