Petit Palace Ducal Hotel
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... Roman Catholicism to Toledo. We passed a bull fighting ring. The first look at the old town was one of anticipation. The Bab-al-Mardum Gate through which we entered bore the seal of HRE [Holy Roman Emperor] Charles V/Charles I of Spain.
One of the great appeals of Toledo is the blending of architectural styles. The Church of St James dates from the 12th c but its Moorish influence is unmistable.
In 1085, Christendom was restored to parts of Spain. ...
... had a really good walk around, though plazas (malls) and little cobblestone side streets and massive big squares. I have never felt so safe, there were police everywhere with what I presume is their choice of gun, machine guns. We walked past the Royal Palace and couldn't get close so we assumed someone important was visiting and then realised it was closed to the public which was a shame. We did stumble upon this awesome little ...
... will never understand. We had a solid 10 minutes of snapping awful quality photos of the players doing victory laps around the centre of the square and then us and pretty much everyone else left. There was so much garbage in the streets, I have never seen anything like it. To give you the whole picture, everything smelt like it had been soaked in ****. By the time we got back to the hostel it was around 7 AM. Karliana and I decided we would stay up until 8 this morning to get ...
... I would suggest that you all look up the history of Toledo, specifically that cathedral, for there is some awesome information that I can't really repeat in this post; there is too much. That weekend, we embarked on the most exhausting leg of the trip. We left early Friday morning to travel 5-6 hours to Cordova, and then a few more hours to Granada, and then the next day to Gibraltar; all on a coach bus. Cordova is historically known for the famous Mezquita ...
... a power nap. After the nap, we took the subway to the meeting point Chueca plaza for the Tapas tour. It was definitely worth it and I would recommend doing the tour to anyone who goes to Madrid . It was through Sandeman’s neweurope company. For 14 Euro, you get two free drinks and unlimited food to eat for 2 hours. This also gives you a great chance to meet tons of people. We met people from all over and ...