Hotel Imperio

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

Toledo, The Sword City

A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 20, 2014

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... your hand. My sword was hand made in Toledo, which is why I chose it. I would have liked to have a sheath to go with the sword, but it doesn’t matter because I get a knife with a sheath in Morocco (we stayed in Morocco for 1 week, it was one of the places after Toledo).

One of the most famous things about Spain is a book, called 'The Adventures of Don Quixote’ (pronounced Don-Ke-Hot-Ey). Don ...

Holy Toledo

A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Jun 17, 2014

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... at La Cave, which is a restaurant located in a cave underground (although we opted to sit outside).
At one point we were pretty lost but that happened to be a good thing because we ended up discovering this foot spa place called Toledo a Tus Pies which had those fishy's that eat dead skin off your feet. It sounds super gross but it was actually pretty cool and it made for a relaxing break from walking around so much.
I'm having a hard ...

Holy Toledo!

A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 12, 2013

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... though it once again seemed slightly skewed and they kind of skipped over the middle of the 1900s, which was one of the times I was most looking forward to learning about...

The Toledo Cathedral was beautiful. It was also crammed with tourists but wasn't as bad as Seville's. This cathedral is my favourite of the trip so far. It's huge, but it is also very pretty inside.

The middle eastern food in Toledo is fantastic. I really liked the ...

Today was... absolutely beautiful.

A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 20, 2013

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... have been considered demigods in the minds of our tour guides and explain why. Then pick two Spanish Hapsburg's that the tour guides refused to discuss and explain why you think these individuals were avoided like the plague.

2. Toledo has a checkered past, for sure! To the Spanish, Toledo is like Philadelphia is for us - one of the first capitals and something to be very proud of. (It's just a few hundred years older than ...


A travel blog entry by pegannon on Jun 15, 2013

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... in one corner, a table of old women kibitzing in the other. A middle aged woman walked in, with her dog, for a beer and a bite and left within 10 minutes. Cup of gaspacho and glass of Sangria for me while Ryan ate like there was no tomorrow. This was just a great low key place with good food. If it had been open on Sunday we would have brought Chris here for dinner. It was that good.