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There is a convent in Toledo that makes the famous Mazapan cookies and if you can find it, you can buy them directly from the convent. Finding it is the hard part as Toledo is built on a hill and, to the visitor, there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to the winding narrow streets. This took some searching. We ran into the area that has the convents and the monasteries, but none showed any indication of ...
... hours and marvelled at the beauty of the architecture, the tiny streets and beautiful plazas.
We bought marzipan, a specialty and dined on local delicacies and left very weary.
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... they were. Its a Spain thing I'm assuming because alllll day long I got "ay dios mio, ojos verdes! muy hermosa!" which means "oh my god, green eyes! how beautiful!" That was a little over the top. We talked with some guys/girls for a bit, and also met some Mexicans and learned a lot about their culture in comparison to Spain's.
We had a beer with a couple of the guys, watched some street music, and had a blast. One of the guy's who said my eyes were beautiful ...
... a drink, and with the drink, they give you a bunch of tapas on a plate. You can’t choose your tapas, but they were all so good. Matt and I each got Mojitos, which I actually liked a lot. It was minty, and was really well made. It was huge! I got completely tipsy off of one Mojito. Matt and I wanted more tapas because they were sooo good. In order to do that, we had to get more drinks. We got two beers just so we could get two more plates of ...
... also known as the Iglesia de San Ildefonso). We walked up the stairs to the bell tower, 135 steps.
The view from up there is quite amazing. When we came down the walked to the Primate Cathedral. That refers to the main Cathedral of the area. This is by far the most amazing Cathedral I have ever seen. The Cathedral was begun in 1226. It was finished in 1493. Words cannot do it justice. We went into the Sacristy. Much to our surprise there were numerous paintings ...