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Toledo is a striking city, the old medieval town rising up steeply from the rough gorge and fast flowing, olive green waters of the Rio Tajo. We spent a morning walking some kilometres along the river bank and cliffs, watching cormorants and other river birds diving for fish and roosting on sheer rock faces. Up in the town we found another labyrinth of stone to explore. Kerry fulfilled a wish to buy some cakes from a nun in a convent. We found the door to the convent in ...
... and Yuca Mashed with Rosemary
Iberico Pork Fillet with Stew Spinach's and Predo Ximenez
Wine Sauce Fried Veal Rolls (Flamenquin) Andalusia Style with Potatotes and Parsley and Garlic Sauce
Caramelized Chachipo, Nuts ice cream, Cake in Liqeur and Chocolate with Orange Sauce
(There is a photo of the Spanish version)
OK today we went to the Alhambra. That is all I can say. The most beautiful structure/monument/building? I have ever seen. It is indescribably beautiful! It is also peaceful, aromatic, stunning, inspiring and and and... I took in excess of 250 ...
... close to the hotel
(within walking distance), while I pulled up reviews of them online from my pad (I was striking out by going through Trip Advisor's top list, and not finding ANY of those places within walking distance). So, we quickly found that one restaurant, La Tranquero, a more-or-less Argentinean meat restaurant, got great reviews. So, we walked there, and happily discovered that it was about 3 blocks away: a ...
... up close to the road so we could see the whole procession. What's weird about the processions is all the things leading up to the actual pasos. There's only 2 pasos per procession and each one is different, with about 5 every day during Holy Week. Leading them are people dressed in attire that is really similar to that of the KKK, except in different colors depending what day and time it is. The colors and symbolism go back to medieval times and have always ...