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Today we took the train to Toledo from Madrid. We walked to the Madrid Puerta de Avocha train station. By the time we got there we could only get first class (Turista Plus) there and Turista back so we took that. The Turista Plus cost 12.85 Euro and the Turista cost 10.30 Euro. For the difference of 2.55 Euro I would choose to go Turista Plus if it were an option. Much more spacious and less crowded.
When we arrived we decided ...
... so she was given me little knowledge nuggets as we walked through the town, which is always cool.
We went to a bar/restaurant called Botero to have a drink. This is where Rodrigo used to work, and Alicia and Vivi used to frequent when they were both in Toledo. It was a cool little bar on the ground floor, and then a nice restaurant on the first floor. We were having our first drink when the owner, Frederik, came in. ...
... the bus to Toldeo was actually in a different station. By the time
we found everyone else, went back on the metro to a different station, and
waited for our bus we left Madrid at about 2:30, but atleast we made it happen.
Tamar was really sick today and im not really sure what happened, I think it
was a combination of too much vino and exhaustion. The bus to toldeo was around
1 hour and as we approached it we realized how incredible it was. Toledo used
to be the capital ...
... is its architectural brilliance, containing elements from Cordoba Islamic art, influences from Gothic architecture, and characteristics built in accordance to Jewish building laws. It a essentially a physical representation of the cultural melting pot that is my beloved hometown. I’m certainly going to miss it and Mamá. I hope God blesses me throughout my journey and that my trip will compare to Papá’s.
Today I woke up bright and early at 6:15 in the morning, ate a breakfast of toast and apple juice, and left the apartment at about 8am. After a rather short bus ride I arrived just outside of the city of Toledo. The bus stopped and allowed our group the opportunity to take pictures of the city before entering. From the location where the bus stopped much of the city was visible, including the towering cathedral, large ...