Hostal Santo Tome
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... Catholic Cathedral was build on the site. Interesting and some beautiful stained glass windows. Next we had lunch in Plaza Mayor where Anita had Jamon Crochettes and I had meat balls with sauce. Nice food but a bit more expensive that we were used to. The waiters didn't/wouldn't speak English but then most of the customers were speaking Spanish.
Next we went to the El Greco museum. This gave me a better appreciation of his ...
Although Toledo was a very short day trip, it was actually a lot of fun. It was just a day trip with my class so we left Madrid early in the morning and made it back around eight that night. There were not a lot of specific places we went to but there was so much to see in general. We started by walking up a very large hill to get entrance to the main part of the city. The architecture throughout ...
... fruits, and some sort of humus that you just eat with a spoon, no pita or bread needed. For dessert we were served a chocolate soufle covered with salt and caramel (not salted caramel). It was amazing! I’ve never had anything like it. I was also able to try a local beer called Domos and it was really nice. It was very similar to Leffe from Belgium, which is my favorite beer. So the surprise lunch turned out to be an excellent way ...
... myself in a different way. It was
bout 10:30 by the time I got back to I stopped at starbucks and grabbed a late
and sandwich for lunch. Its so nice to be living in the middle of everything
where a cup of coffee is just a block away. When I got back me and Tamar talked
about the day and our plans for tomorrows epic soccer game. Its hard to believe
that it has been a week since we left Edmonton, I want time to stop and this
experience to last a life time. Spain is incredible.
Slept well and late, I guess that's the other side of the nightlife. The buffet set us up and we were still slow out of the blocks. Reading in the beautiful space of our lounge was an attractive option. Eventually we rode the escalators to the top and began a slow but long walk around the edge of the city near the river. The rocky gorge and rugged countryside is quite a sight. We explored the Puerta de Cambron and the medieval St Martin bridge. ...