Hostal Boxes

Address: Covarrubias, 4, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Covarrubias, 4, Toledo, is near Hospital de Tavera, El Artificio de Juanelo, Cronos Toledo, and Toledeport.
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      First day in Toledo

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... as it was a melting pot of culture and religion until 1492 when the Catholics forced out the Jews. (Some things never change!) The cities greatest monument, the Cathedral was built during this time. In the 16th century, it was the home of the famous Spanish artist, El Greco.

      We arrived at Parador de Toledo which is quite beautiful with a view of the historic village below. Our deck overlooks the pool area and the entire city. We ...

      Toledo, El Transparanti & the Monstrance

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

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      ... the main group, and the effect of both is simply stunning – this is called ‘El Transparenti’. I have never seen anything like it. Third, in the sacristy is a marvelous painting by El Greco that just hits you when you first catch sight of it, Christ in a soft, glowing red cloak surrounded by an impassioned group of figures. Lastly an enormous and astonishing piece of solid silver, gold, diamonds and enamel about 9 feet high called ...

      February 28, 1360 - Toledo, Spain

      A travel blog entry by catthi on Feb 28, 2014

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      ... Roman empire. Together, these factors have created a pseudo culture that has its own architectural and literary style as well as agricultural style. Life in Toledo is wonderful for people of almost all religions. Originally, it was part of the Muslim caliphate but in 1085, it was conquered by Alfonso VI of Castile but it has maintained a policy of religious tolerance.
      What I love about Toledo is the variety of people it has. ...

      Holy Toledo!

      A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 12, 2013

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      ... and in the evenings when it's mostly locals hanging around. It's amazing that the historical area of this city managed to remain so intact for so long. It's great! And instead of being filled with boring flamenco dresses and jewellery, the stores are full of swords, knives, suits of armour, shields and crossbows! I had my eye on a crossbow but Heather reminded me that I can't really carry it around with me on the Camino and that while it may be ...

      Holy Toledo!

      A travel blog entry by kassinspain on Jan 18, 2013

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      ... that serves everything from hard liquor to tea to milkshakes with Baileys. I ordered a Chai-Hindu tea latte which came in the cutest little metal teapot and actually had the tea leaves in the tea itself. It was muy rica! Very tasty! It’s just amazing to me that I can sit here in my hotel and write about my little daily adventure of getting tea in a local teteria in between my busy schedule of guided tours through ...