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... br> Toledo is a quite small city overall and that there are physically larger
churches in Spain like Seville’s Cathedral.
The things that stand out about Toledo’s cathedral are its
huge size, its five-aisle layout, multiple side chapels, and gorgeous cloister.
The artwork in the main chapel, the choir, the chapterhouse, and “El
... but high quality knife with a blade made from Toledo steel and the handle handmade from antler. I did the whole interaction with the guy in the shop in Spanish so I didn't understand every word he said, but before I bought it I made sure to check that it's a type of knife allowed into the UK. He showed me the types he had that aren't allowed and said that my one was fine. So fingers crossed it will get through OK on Monday! I've already put it into my big case to make ...
... be as you say", was the answer, and they turned it into the most sterile, boring environment I have ever seen. Long empty corridors with the occasional badly lit display case or dummy dressed in old badly fitting uniform.
After 15 minutes I couldn't take any more of it, but it was set up like a maze and there were no signs to show the way out, so it took another 15 minutes to break out of the place.
Alright I thought, I'll wonder through the narrow streets of the old town and ...
... provides a foretaste of the delights that lie ahead in Toldeo's churches, monuments and museums.
From the station we were unsure about whether to take the bus or walk into Toledo. There's something to be said for arriving on foot (I can hear people calling out stupidity and miserly!) but we wanted to take in the view of the city and the Alcántara Bridge, rather than be dropped off by taxi at the Bisagra Gate.
... of Toledo, which is approximately 85,000 people, therefore making the capacity of the cathedral higher than that of every sports stadium in Australia (except the MCG of course). We continued strolling around the pretty streets and seemingly endless trinket shops, which Conor found particularly interesting, as just about every shop had souvenir swords, knifes or trinket pistols for sale. After a long while, we returned to the accommodation where I played a quick game of pool in ...