Hostal Santo Tome

Address: Santo Tome 13, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45002 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Toledo

    The weird and the wonderful in Spain

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 19, 2014

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... we are in the USA. Next time you just pop the clothes in the dryer say a little prayer of thanks that you do not have to hang the laundry outside, that you don't have to worry about how you get it dry when it is cold or rainy or that most of the wrinkles are taken out in the dryer, and you don't have to iron everything. The next posting will cover Merida and our adventures there.  Fyi Johan is struggling with another bout of vertigo and will update photos when he feels ...

    Holy Toledo

    A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Jun 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... shopping and Cathedral was. The Cathedral was our first stop. Now, for some reason there were like a million little children in uniforms running around the town (we think it must have been some sort of graduation). It was very noisy and crowded and the roads that weaved between buildings were more liked alleyways hardly big enough for cars to pass (they still did). I think we almost got hit a few times.
    The Cathedral of Toledo was massive and very ...

    Holy Toledo!

    A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 12, 2013

    23 photos

    ... explained and asked me if I understood I said, 'So, the enemies were below…?’ (interesting look on guards face, shaking head no), ‘…the water was below?’ ‘Si!’ Anyway, I knew they were killing something and that there was water, so I think I did pretty well :).

    Today we explored the second largest Cathedral in Spain, (we’ve already seen the first). It is a very neat cathedral with an ...

    Today was... absolutely beautiful.

    A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 20, 2013

    23 photos

    ... and historical buildings don't usually go hand in hand.

    The Church that the Camerata Singers performed in was really amazing (especially in terms of cultural significance). It was built by Ferdinand and Isabella to celebrate the birth of their son and to commemorate a win at the Battle of Toro against the Portuguese in 1476 (Remember: this battle resulted in the union of Castile and Aragon, assuring a united Spain). It ...


    A travel blog entry by pegannon on Jun 15, 2013

    36 photos

    ... place to ourselves. Maria is ecstatic. She takes us over to view The Monstrosity, a huge ornate relic that they parade around town at Easter. (Click the link for the cathedral and scroll down to the bottom. They describe it far better than I could.) The thing is huge, HUGE! It takes a dozen men to carry it around. We wander through the rest of the cathedral viewing beautiful art ...