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... br> at the Alcazar, in 2001 a military museum but from what understand it has since
been converted in to a broader history museum with focus on military history. I
had planned to go toward the end the day this time around but discovered it
closed at 5:00 instead of 7:00 like the other attractions in the city.
On the other hand, though, this time I got to see far more
of the smaller attractions in the ...
... that tested Lisa's driving skills with its narrow, cobblestone streets. At times there were only a few inches to spare on either side of the car between us and massive stone walls. As usual, she got us through just fine with nary a scratch on the car. After checking into our hotel, we enjoyed walking through the town and exploring the huge cathedral. Dinner was at a Mediterranean-style dinner. Unfortunately, Toledo is just a brief overnight stop. Tomorrow we push on to our final stop, Madrid. ...
Macarena and Fernando's girlfriend Laura both said that Toledo is a better place to visit (for a Spanish experience) than Segovia, and after visiting there today, I'm not sure why.
Unless it is the fact that there are ten times as many shops to look through. Because that could be taken as sexist, it can't be that, it must be something else.
I headed out in the morning, having had bugger all sleep which may have affected my ability to appreciate a place. (That was down to ...
... but the conversation that fired our enjoyment of the meal.
Another stop was El Greco's house, a famous spanish painter who lived in Toledo after he lost his contract painting for the King of Spain. What really made this stop hilarious was that we found out it wasn't actually his house, but a reconstruction project an investor made who thought it was El Greco's house, was confirmed was not, and is still visited for its historical accuracy, and collection ...
... felt like he’d been on the wine – he was in a very giggly and excitable mood. Keep us and the tables around us entertained.
The rest of the week we had morning teaching, well Nick did the teaching, I went up to get daily bread etc. shopping all done in tiny little individual shops – never knew how long I was going to take or what I was going to come back with as Spanish is not getting me very far. In the afternoons we went out to one of the many ...