Hostal Alfonso XII

Address: Alfonso XII, 18, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Sep 15, 2015

    26 photos

    ... was right away. It turned out to be a tall handsome young Senegalese guy. As a masseur he was not great but not bad either.

    Leonardo da Vinci
    It rained harder after that, rivers were forming in the streets! But I wanted to see the exhibition about Leonardo da Vinci's inventions, the building had seemed so close by earlier that day, but through pouring rain it was quite a hike. I ...

    Town of Toldeo

    A travel blog entry by erinupton on May 12, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    I have been getting emails of people subscribing to this blog, so I think I need to step up my blogging game haha Today was a super awesome day because we visited a town called Toledo, which is about 50 mins south of Madrid. The town is where the royals used to reside, as well as the locations of different mosques, synagogues and cathedrals. The whole town is surrounded by this massive stone wall. Javier and I walked around, did some audio tours of the cathedral as well as the ...

    Convivencia in Toledo, and a night with Enrique!

    A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Nov 16, 2014

    1 comment

    Hi everyone! The pressure of final projects is starting to build up, so I promise promise promise that I'll have pictures up from these last two weekends in Madrid before my next adventure on Thursday. Friday morning I met up with a friend from my medio ambiente class (who happens to go to Siena!) and my friend Ian to go check out the Kio Towers, two business buildings that are angled toward each other by 15°. In the northern ...


    A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 12, 2014

    19 photos

    ... How they built these cities without modern technology is amazing. Toledo used to be the capital many years ago. (554-1561) It's one of only a few cities that has Spanish, Moorish Jewish parts to it. It's placed on top of a granite hill. Because of the old city, buses can't get there, so it was a hot walk up hill. Our first stop was at the Monsasterio de San Juna de los Reyes. This was originally built to be house the tombs of hedge kings and queens but they decided to ...

    Toledo, El Transparanti & the Monstrance

    A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on May 26, 2014

    5 photos

    ... wherever they went, in contrast to Wellington’s army who did not). The monastery is chiefly famous for its two level cloister the lower in the gothic style and the upper, the Alto, in the Mudejar (Islamic) style. In the central garden was an orange tree - with oranges! The upper cloister has a larch-wood vault in a complex geometrical design dating from 1526. The church itself is festooned with monumental coats of arms adorning the walls.