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... we may want. This is a great museum which guided us through his life and work.
It was 4:30 when we finished and we starved. In fact we were so hungry, Joe suggested we go to McCafe (McDonalds) because we wanted something other than a Tapas. We haven’t been sold on most of the Tapas. We settled on a quick pizza.
We headed back to the Parador. Dinner reservations were at 9 PM on the deck and we selected another three course meal from the ...
... circuitously on our return, window shopping. Swords are a big thing here, loads of shops with swords covering the walls and display cabinets full of knives. Metalworking is traditional, we discover, in particular Damascene work, a form of inlay originally in precious metal, but now the intricate, Islamic patterns are set off against a dark ground. We also found a fridge magnet for the collection and bought an etching of an old doorway. We had already ...
... still want to travel the world and live an adventure like Papá did and tell stories of my travels. I do not want to stay in Toledo my whole life and live a dull life like Mamá. Instead, I want to be like Ibn Battuta, a Muslim merchant who has traveled throughout the Islamic world and the Indian Ocean trade routes. Rather than participating in trade though, Mamá and I have agreed that I will merely observing and journaling what I see ...
... is well-known for their huge, detailed swords.
Lastly, we boarded the bus to ride to the top of the city. At this point, you could see all of Toledo. It was breathtaking. As Toledo was the first capital of Spain, the city has a river going around it and incredible buildings that were built to be able to see other cities in the distance for protection. This country keeps impressing me every day! I've really never seen anything like this before and the pictures ...
... then moved on to the plaza.
At the plaza, everyone sat down while I dashed up to the ticket office for the tourist train. For all five of us the tickets only came to 22 Euros. The train ride takes one through the streets of Toledo and then ultimately crosses the Rio Tajo so one can see the city from an overlook on the west side of town. The ride takes about 45 minutes.
When we got off of the train we began to make our ...