Hotel Kris Domenico
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kris Domenico Toledo
This is our second time to stay here. We first stayed here back in 2004. The hotel is on a hill overlooking the town of Toledo, beautiful views. The rooms are very clean and loved the large bathroom. They offered a delicious European breakfast with meats, cheeses and plenty more! Our triple room was 81 euros, which we found very reasonable for the luxury of the hotel.
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We went to Toledo! We had to get up around 5:45 am to get ready and take a taxi. Montse packed us a sandwich for lunch and fruit. Around 6:30 we took a taxi to Sam and Jackie's house and then to go to the bus. The ride to Toledo was a little over three hours to the south of Salamanca. When we got there, it was beautiful. Lots of hills though and lots of traffic circles as well. We hopped off the bus and started walking over the ...
... or even look at the menu. Frederik just told them what to bring for the table and at least five different dishes came out, and all were amazing. It’s certainly not the type of food I’m used to eating, especially while traveling and keeping the budget down, but it was excellent.
The dishes included pork with a scallop on top, octopus served with potatoes, sliced pork with tomatoes, pate covered in crushed ...
... closed. We ended up meeting two other students who were in our program who were also wondering the streets looking for food. I hate to say it, but my first meal in Spain was chicken McNuggets, french fries, and a smoothie from McDonalds.
We reconvened downstairs at the hotel to have our first lecture of the seminar. The seminars title is Azahar, named after the bitter orange trees that fill the streets of cities in southern Spain. ...
Today was offically the last day of our tour, but really it was all about traveling back to the Sunny Capital of Madrid (Which I found out was the third largest city in Europe with a population of 7Million+). We did Travel via some nice spots.
So Today was pretty killer all the bus driving, we did have a stop in La Mancha, to hang out the famous windmills of Don Quixote. You can see a pic of us with the girls from Melbourne (who will have ...
... of it is housed in museums. I'm not a huge museum person, I get much more enjoyment from walking the streets and admiring the architecture. It almost felt as if there wasn't much to see in Toledo, which is an outrageous idea considering the long history of the city.
We walked for a while through the rest of the city as the sun started fading. We waited till it got dark and drove around to the ...