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Travel Blogs from Toledo
I spent the day walking the entire perimeter of this super unique city. I did a MapMyWalk before I started and it came out to about 11 miles:
With sightseeing, I was 6 hours on my feet that day!
Took a tourist bus around the city.
We did a quick tour of the Reina Sofia, only looking for Picasso and Dali's work as we had to reach the train station at 1:50 pm. It was pretty easy to navigate through Madrid's metro system because we had been through the lines several times although there was a bit more of a delay between trains to get to the Atoche Station. Once there …
... to see someone about a ticket. This is unheard of in stations around Europe. Usually they have up to 20 stations for tickets and even if the line is long you can get there in no time. In Madrid they had four people working and only two for advanced tickets. Also Spanish don't wait in line they (like Italians) just go to the nearest person, break into the conversation and ask what they want. The elderly are the worst, they don't ...
... I had no idea that its history could be explained with out the least bit of bloodshed and with the Hapsburg's as the hero's. Ugh. Nationalistic, one sided, not impressed. But... the light show itself was pretty cool.
We still had an hour long drive back to Madrid. Considering it was one of the craziest days ever, the bus was pretty quiet.
When we got back to Madrid at midnight, I was surprised by how many people ...