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... amp; food was tasty & it was good fun.
After checking out, we headed back into town & visited the Cathedal...I know...again!, however there was something a bit special about this one...thank God! Some impressive life like figures perched high in the ceiling cleverly illuminated by daylight. Very clever
Off we go to Córdoba.
We began our day with an excursion to Toledo, the previous capital city of Spain before the 16th century change to Madrid. We specifically visited the Old Toledo that is still enclosed in its city walls, consequently keeping its beautiful, ancient character as well as preserving the history of the centuries. Toledo was an extremely religious city, but not just for Christians. Before the Inquisition at the end of ...
... belfry tower to see what I think is the largest bell in Spain. The cathedral included a museum that was mainly filled with religious art but also contained four silver sculptures from 1695 of a goddess sitting on a globe showing one of the four known continents on the world at the time. I gave a mental cheer when I looked at the Americas one and saw the names of both Guayaquil and Quito carved into the correct places in the space where the country Ecuador would later ...
Tuesday 20th May
It was cloudy as forecast. We had decided not to do anything much but use the time to catch up with ourselves. This didn’t really happen because after a lazy breakfast, the sky unexpectedly cleared to a beautiful deep blue with fair weather cumulus. It was impossible to stay in, so we made some sandwiches and went out looking for a castle at Montalban ‘a vast but ruined 12th century fortress’. ...
... staircase from the cloister and the internal proportions of the former hospital.
As an added bonus when we visited there was a temporary exhibition on the work of Esteban Lisa - a rare treat since he was an artist unknown to us and someone we would not otherwise have discovered.
Of all the monuments and historical sites we visited in Toledo this was my least favourite - probably because of the minor ...