Cigarral de Caravantes

Address: Ctra. de Circunvalacion, 2, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45004, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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      Holy Toledo

      A travel blog entry by loogmord on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... a very well preserved Roman city with a Moorish flavor, dating back to the 7th century ( hard to believe). Did you know that the expression "Holy Toledo" originated with the Sephardic Jews who eventually immigrated to America, but still considered Toledo as the holiest Jewish city in Europe.

      That evening we went to a very strange Middle Eastern restaurant close to the hotel, where upon entering the darkened reception area, ...


      A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 12, 2014

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      ... Jan, Cath, Michelle and Annelise to find lunch. We eventually found a little restaurant, that luckily had fine mist being sprayed around. We had the menu del dia, which means menu of the day. It differs in every restaurant but is basically a 3 course meal, including a drink and coffee or tea. Being lunch time, the courses are quite big, it only cost 12€, which is less than $20. Pretty good value. We had a few minutes after lunch until we had to meet up again so ...

      Holy Toledo!

      A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Nov 22, 2013

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      ... was probably one of the most ornate and beautiful gothic cathedrals I have been to. Toledo use to be the capital of Spain so this was to be the greatest cathedral in the country. Very interesting mix of Catholic, Jewish, and Muslim influences here. Just jaw-dropping. An older gentleman who worked here showed me the original local dance (not flamenco) in a room containing two tombs. Dirty old man. What the hell, I danced with him. He asked where ...

      Terrific Toledo with a sorry stomach

      A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 14, 2013


      ... uninspiring suburbs, we stopped for a quick breakfast at a café in a seemingly abandoned town, before we reached the town of Toledo at around about 1:45PM. Toledo is a town famous for being the visigothic capital of Spain, and a city where Muslims, Jews and Christians lived together in the city between 1085 and 1492. The city itself has lots to see, lots to do and lots to enjoy, with the Tajo river running around most of the city's perimeter.

      We parked our car in ...

      Side Trip

      A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on May 23, 2013

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      ... much less ornate former synagogue which was now a church/ art gallery. Our last stop was another church, which was notable for the splendid courtyard and lovely garden on the interior. Finally, we got a half hour to shop before dinner, which S. and I spent drinking coffee in a café. While Kumera, the restaurant for the evening, didn’t look like much from the street, it turned out to have an ...