Hotel El Diamantista

Plaza de la Retama, 4, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45002, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Diamantista Toledo

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    Travel Blogs from Toledo

    First day in Toledo

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 25, 2014

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    ... folks behind us were getting annoyed and one girl using Spanish sign language and one word: "Pago"? Apparently Libre has another meaning!! After all the cars backed up, we parked the car, paid a machine 6 Euros and we were Libre!!!!

    Reservations for dinner at the Pousada at 9 PM was delightful with a view of the city as the sun set over Old Toledo. And we were pleased to discover the dinner at a Spanish Parador was memorable. Our night was over at midnight. ...

    Holy Toledo!

    A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Nov 22, 2013

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    ... being a singer in a band. I think he's full of **** so I just chat up the lonely bartender and ask questions about Toledo. His English wasn't great but it was a hell of a lot better than my Spanish and coherent unlike my shady friends. He was super cool to keep me company and did some shots with me. Stayed until about 3 am and stumbled back to my room.

    Got up at a decent hour and walked to the cathedral. Holy Toledo was it ...

    Terrific Toledo with a sorry stomach

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 14, 2013


    ... cave below or room, and yes this is a genuine underground dug out. I beat Dad in the pool game, before I went with him to buy beer, and then we all went out to dinner Alfileritos24 restaurant, as recommended by the lonely planet guide book. I only had an entrée serving of mushroom ravioli, as my stomach was still not quite up to the task of ordering a regular meal. After Conor scoffed his dessert, we headed back to the room, and went to bed ready for our real, full day visit to ...


    A travel blog entry by mccloy on Jul 27, 2013

    ... they occur) I love the earrings!!! :) It was interesting to see the close roads and narrow streets for me, and apparently my hair is interesting for them. People keep staring or whispering "una rubia" which basically means my hair is naturally blond, haha. :) Maybe I should dye it black? ;) Another interesting difference is their eating schedule. They do not really eat breakfast, ...

    Last Alcazar (on this trip)

    A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... the fort is a military museum. Although not built until the 10th century, evidence of Roman, Visigothic, Moorish and early Renaissance foundations, for what were probably also forts, were to be seen. It has been attacked, burnt and rebuilt so many times that it is a wonder it is still standing. Using it as a museum is probably a good use for it under these circumstances.

    This is one of Europe’s top military ...