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... leave the country, or be killed. We explored an area that maintained a lot of Jewish historical influence from the "Sefarditas" or Sephardic Jews that still live there. I really enjoyed seeing the Hebrew words and Jewish stars around the area, especially since I went the same day as the Jewish New Year.
I arrived back at my home in Madrid on Thursday night and headed out again the very next morning for yet another big adventure. Stay tuned to find out where!
... behind each leg of cured ham; e.g. they are cured between 1 to 4 years, with the older one fetching a higher price. A bit like wine, I suppose.
And now, it's to bed as we have another early morning and day tour tomorrow.
Hope you're all well back home.
Today we went to Toledo. We went into a very big cathedral which had a big painting on the roof. Our tour guide had a green umbrella to attract us. The cathedral
... re in Toledo even before you know it. On the way back, it was a little confusing because the train is actually bound for Seville, but it stops in Madrid, but I figured it out. Actually I just figured if I ended up in Seville there would probably be another train back to Madrid or I could figure out somewhere to stay the night. But it ended up in Madrid so I was all right.
The Cathedral in Toledo is phenomenal. It's 8 ...
... palace in Grenada, Toledo still maintained the title of the capital. It wasn't until 1561 when the Capital of Spain was moved to Madrid (at then hardly anyplace of significance). Today Toledo still remains one of the most popular cities in all of Spain for its impressive history and architecture, which demonstrates the historical presence of three main groups (Jews, Muslims, and Christians).
In arriving in the city, the first stop was The Monasterio of ...
... eat at an outdoor restaurante. We had "tapas" - which are portions of food that we all share. They ordered calamares (fried squid), fried pig (no idea what that is called in Spanish), olives, patatas bravas, and then the kids topped it off with un "helado" (ice cream). Molly thought the "calamares" were fried onion rings at first and was excited. I told her they werenīt onion rings, but I didnīt tell her what it was until after she tried ...