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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... through Europe. We talked about our various travel experiences (she has done a lot more traveling than I have) but she has never been to America. It was cool to learn about New Zealand, and also tell her a lot about the United States!
The next morning Kirin and her friend took me on the trail of Don Quixote and we saw some INCREDIBLE views. Both of them had class so I was going to do some sightseeing on my own but coincidentally, I passed by the girl I had ...
... down and the city gates opening to allow entrance into the city.
Everywhere else is protected by high walls and three massive gates at different points. The city looks quite formidable and spectacular from the outside. If you've been to Toledo, you'll know what I mean. If not, I strongly recommend visiting it.
Toledo used to be the capital of Spain until the mid 1600s when the capital was moved to Madrid.
The streets are narrow ...
... 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 ...
... which ended us back on the main street where they sold Mazapan in the stores...hmmm... As we stopped in a plaza to look at the map, I saw a small sign with an arrow pointing to a convent and a description of Mazapan. We went around the corner, found a locked door and a doorbell. We rang on the doorbell and a nun answered from a speaker inside. She buzzed us into the convent, opened a little half door inside and we were able to ...
... guides collected us and steered us to a restaurant for some typical Spanish food- callos/tripe, pimientos del Padron, tiny cuttlefish/chopito, tapas and beer!
Alfonso and Alberto, our friends and "night guides" have been great ...