Hilton Buenavista Toledo
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... concert itself was fun- Enrique knows how to perform in front of a sold out concert! I found it interesting that he still sang in English but only for about half of the time. I recognized some of his songs, but obviously all of his English songs because that's what gets released in the states. The crowd went CRAZY when Bailando (dancing) was performed- in case I haven't already mentioned, this one song is literally heard everywhere in ...
... figured out what this historic building was but our guess is a convent or monastery. We had a quick lunch and headed the rental car to town and found a three level parking garage and picked our way through the winding streets designed by the Muslims.
Our first destination was the most important structure in Toledo, the Cathedral of Saint Mary.
The splendor of the Cathedral reflects its history as the spiritual heart of the Catholic Church in ...
... site is that of Consuegra castle and traditional Spanish windmills as mentioned in the 'Don Quixote'. The scene is right out of a storybook making it a very compelling stop for a photography enthusiast.
We finally reached Toledo and found the perfect parking at the gate of Puerta de Bisagra, which was pretty much the starting point of most of Toledo’s historical attractions. The old city stands on ...
... took 30 minutes ( the bus takes one to one and a half hours to do the same). The train station at Toledo was another surprise - a beautiful station with stain glass, wooden ceilings and tiling. Designed with Moorish and Christian influences.
Toledo is a hill city, surrounded by water. We took a tourist bus into town but it first did a circuit around the city offering tremendous views of the cathedral and the palace. Toledo is a ...
... El Fuzz at >120kph on the motorway. We took the A-road........a very good choice as it turned out. This took us up to 2000m as we passed over the Sierra Guadamarra. Stunning scenery, great roads.... a pleasure. Even Iain and Alicia were also able animated about it. After about 4 hours of effortless motoring we saw our destination. Sharply pointed turrets pierced the skyline, capping a small mountain clad in stonework, above ...