Hotel Imperio

Cadenas, 5, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Toledo

Toledo!

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 12, 2014

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It was an early start, I met Jan in plaza de Espana, so we could catch a taxi together to the bus. The tour group consisted of a variety of students all wanting to see the sights. Most of them were older. Unfortunately it was a 3 and a half hour trip. We had to go past Madrid and most of it was on the road we came up on. We had a toilet stop about 2 hours in. Most people had a wee snooze on the bus. Our first proper stop was at a look out opposite the city. It was an ...

Holy Toledo!

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Nov 22, 2013

22 photos

... 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 ...

Trip to a medievial town

A travel blog entry by adekay on Aug 29, 2013

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I headed off to Toledo, as Miguel had told me it was well worth a visit. An amazing small town filled with far to many tourists. I could swear I was in the UK.
I arrived at a beautiful old train station.

Rami would love this place. Heavily planted fig trees near the building. The gardener ...

Toledo--Crisann

A travel blog entry by mccloy on Jul 27, 2013

... for a drink (usually coffee for the adults and soda for the children) around 11a.m. Afterwards we will go until about 2p.m. or 3p.m. and then our largest meal for the day. Then we go until 9 or 10p.m. and have a snack then. This usually consists of a dry meat snack, bread, and veggies. For desert we have fruit, which I think is awesome. Their fruit is so good here!!! Blessed! ...

Last Alcazar (on this trip)

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 29, 2013

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... through it is like walking through maze. No layouts are provided and you know you have gone in the wrong direction when the audio guide numbers skip for 22 to 40. Not only is this about the military but it also gives a real insight into Spain’s history as the Spanish appeared to be at war most of the time. To see this museum properly would take at least 2 days. A layout map would have been really helpful as there were areas ...