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Travel Blogs from Toledo
... that it was a very small town and that you walked everywhere, which is why we did not rent a car. I did not know that to arrive at our hotel, that we would hike a steep hill. Toledo is a gorgeous town, but it is a trek uphill. Even though i packed light, when we finally stumbled upon our little hotel, I could not have been happier. Our room was not ready, but I could care less. I was just happy to leave our luggage. By this time, it ...
My life has been pretty uneventful since I last updated, but I'm trying to kill time before dinner so here we go.
Another week of classes down.Woo! It's hard to believe I only have 2 and a half weeks of school left! Time is flying by, I'll be home before you know it! I have a 5 page paper to write this weekend and a 70 page thing to read... I haven't started either of them. I'm writing the paper about Spanish education in the U.S. and Europe and ...
... rail service!!
I was in Toledo in half an hour. Spain is well set up for tourists (I presume we're a large proportion of their national income) and the tourist information office was right there with helpful staff. I got my map and the lady circled all the things I was interested in.
My main focus were the two Synagogues and the Sephardi museum. It took a while but, after getting quite lost in the tiny, winding streets I did ...
also available. To catch a local bus from the Toledo bus station to the
center of town, head out of the station for a bit and you will see a
bus stand, catch a bus going to Plaza Zocodover. Among other buses you
can also catch Line 5 from the same stop which runs every 15 minutes and
will drop you off right in front of Plaza Zocodover.
... The botellón and Patito Feo are a few things that i've been meaning to tell you all about, though they are completely unrelated.
The botellón is hard to describe. You are not allowed to drink alcohol outside within the walls of the city (the area within the walls is called the casco). So, because buying your own alcohol is 10x cheaper than buying it in bars, the young spaniards buy cheap alcohol and walk outside the walls to drink ...