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... across the road.
1 pound tomato
Lots of people were oohing and ahhh-ing over something… a basket of huge tomatoes for sale! I bought a 450 gram (1 pound) weighing tomato and it was one of the smallest in the basket!
At the shop the people started chatting with me.
I ate the tomato as small 'dinner' that evening with salt and olive oil, yummm very tasty. ...
... Catholic Cathedral was build on the site. Interesting and some beautiful stained glass windows. Next we had lunch in Plaza Mayor where Anita had Jamon Crochettes and I had meat balls with sauce. Nice food but a bit more expensive that we were used to. The waiters didn't/wouldn't speak English but then most of the customers were speaking Spanish.
Next we went to the El Greco museum. This gave me a better appreciation of his ...
... Roman empire. Together, these factors have created a pseudo culture that has its own architectural and literary style as well as agricultural style. Life in Toledo is wonderful for people of almost all religions. Originally, it was part of the Muslim caliphate but in 1085, it was conquered by Alfonso VI of Castile but it has maintained a policy of religious tolerance.
What I love about Toledo is the variety of people it has. ...
... Tapas Bar on the “shopping street”. I had a chicken, cheese & tomato sandwich, which was freshly made and very good.
The Guide had arranged a social for anyone in the group interested, which would take place in a basement room of the hotel. Everyone was supposed to bring either a bottle of wine or a food item, and the whole group showed up with something. The party lasted two or three hours, and everyone ...
... time to see the museum before it closed. Apparently that's relevant to being American?
Anyhow, it was still a nice walk around the outside, and seeing it from the opposite side was actually much cooler than the entrance to the museum. We also managed to catch a glimpse of the Toledo military academy which sits on a hill outside the city.
All in all, an excellent real day left in Spain. With a lot of disbelief that the end was coming so soon.