Hostal Alfonso XII
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Hey you how are we all going.
We last met having indulging in nutella
crepes in a shisha bar inside the lovely town of Granada. When we all awoke we
got ourselves back to the bus in an illegal parking zone and hustled our butts
onboard. We snagged the good seat with leg room and set ourselves up for the
last bus ride with this crew of people. On our way to Consuegra, which is where
the books based on ...
It was awesome to be with my fabulous new friends, it was fabulous to be
experiencing my first euroDisco and it was awesome to meet new people. We made
friends with people from Belgium and generally had a great night. Tamar got
really sick at the end of the night but we took a cab home and everything was
ok. I went to sleep thinking that the new life I am creating for myself here is
incredible and im finally starting to figure out the ‘everything happens ...
... the city with looming El Greco storm clouds grey and precipitate and came down the stairway to our place. We read about the history of Jews, Christians and Moslems in Toledo and the expulsion, we explored maps, researched the fortress, chatted and slept until 6, read and talked until 9. We then gathered ourselves together on the pretext of going out nearby and started walking, wandering with curiosity and taking pics and were lead around the edge of the city, up ...
... 8220;collateral”. The Cathedral was magnificent inside, with many large and very elaborate displays and religious items. I can’t imagine how much work it must have been to build. I toured through the various rooms using the Audioguide for about two hours, and then headed out for lunch.
I had originally planned just to stop at the small and discreet McDonald’s and get a quick burger so that I ...
... tapestries, flowers, banners, etc. We got some great pictures of ourselves underneath banners depicting the host and the chalice, and even a sculpture of the host and chalice…wow!
Then, we toured the Cathedral of Toledo, which is actually the most important Cathedral in Spain. It is on the site of a 7th-century church. Construction began in 1226, and was completed in 1493 (3 centuries to complete!). It is ...