Hotel Maria Cristina
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... Spain. It is full of oo’s, and ah’s, and wow’s.
Since the cathedral didn’t open for visitors until 2:00 PM (because of Sunday masses), we had some time to stroll the lovely lanes and alleys and hills of Toledo. We stopped at the Jesuit church, Church of San Ildefonso, and climbed the bell tower for a sweeping view of the cathedral, the city, and the hillsides surrounding ...
... I know is rare for London, especially in the spring. I had heard that things were expensive and, compared to Spain, they were. Compared to states though, it was pretty similar. We have been spoiled by being able to get a glass of wine for less then 2 euro and that is not the case in London. I think the attractions and site are what get you... They are all very expensive!
It was very different to see cars driving on the opposite side of the street. ...
... Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. Toledo is also called "The City of Three Cultures", since Jews, Muslims and Christians used to co-exist in the city and there is quite a bit of historical influence from all three cultures to this day.
There are many differences between living in Madrid and Toledo. Obviously the size of the cities is one factor, but also I noticed how quiet Toledo was compared to Madrid. Living in a very busy city it can be pretty difficult to ever ...
... square mile than you could throw a rock at (I'm sure my single, Muslim friend will understand that reference). The streets are narrow and winding and full of new treasures at each turn. I wish that I could say that we focused on the historical treasures but, with four kids hanging off us in the 2,000 degree heat, we rather focused on the tourist trap treasures that caught the eye of each child.
Anyone who knows me well, knows ...
... train) which ran around the narrow streets of Toledo. We got to the plaza about 10 minutes before it left but it was full so we walked back to the hotel. On the way we stopped in at an artisans workshop and purchased an etching of the Alcazar and the bridge mentioned above. We may be going back for some more of their handiwork tomorrow.
Went out for a snack and drink at 9pm. Getting used to this now.