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Pleasant hotel about 20 min walk from central Toledo. Lovely decor.
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While in Madrid, we took a day trip to Toledo which was really cool. It was really interesting to see a city that old. I felt like I had stepped back in time.
A lot of our time was spent in the Jewish Quarter walking the streets and looking at churches and other historic sites. We also went to a real sword making shop which was awesome to see. We all felt like we were in Game of ...
... looking around and doing a little shopping. One thing I discovered was Mazapan, which is a bread/pastry sort of thing that is made out of almonds. It tasted amazing and I bought a large box to bring back and store in my room. I also made what was probably one of the best purchases of the trip and bought a small sword. Toledo is famous for their sword making so I figured I might as well buy ...
... is in a 16th century hospital. The building has some outstanding Renaissance architecture features, including the main doorway, staircase, and cloister.
We choose to start here (besides the fact that we knew where it was) to see a famous El Greco painting, "The Assumption" in the original altarpiece.
We were surprised to find that the museum had a short history and artifacts from the area. There were prehistoric artifacts from thousands of years ...
... cool guy, born in Colombia, lived in Holland briefly, and has been here in Spain for many years. He owns this restaurant, paints, and travels, so he was a pretty interesting guy to chat with.
Frederik invited us to join him for lunch upstairs and we were more than happy to accept. It’s not often that I get to try gourmet local cuisine while sitting with the owner of the place. The meal was amazing. We didn’t ...
... br> to a department store called Corte Inglais which is the equivalent to a maceys
with a supper market. El Corte Inglais are really popular in spain and are
massive! Our experience in the Spanish super market was very unique, you know
your in spain when there is an aisle for wine tasting and an entire section for
tapas… love it! In the hope of becoming more ‘european’ I purchased a pair of
hot pink pants due to the terrible weather, I am yet to wear them ...