Hotel Imperio

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

El Greco, Cervantes, and Marzipan

A travel blog entry by jochris on Jun 10, 2015

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... for public paths and access and private landowners.

The thunderstorms continued overnight and in the morning it started to feel cooler and fresher. We had both been doing well in heat but it was good to have a break from the heat.

The city's other main claim to fame, which brings in the tourists, is that Don Quixote was based in the La Mancha region and there are a number of sites to visit. More about that later. And finally town does make some fine marzipan ...


A travel blog entry by brown_family on Feb 13, 2015

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Carnaval in Spain gives Spaniards just another reason to celebrate life and, of course, have a holiday!  Much like in Brazil or Venice, it is the time just before Ash Wednesday to indulge and dress up!  Celebrations vary between regions and even cities but typically start with an opening speech, days of parades and parties (sometimes with the crowning of a king and queen), ...

Toledo - another place I've always wanted to visit

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 01, 2014

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... tart shop/café in the area of Belém.

For dinner the three of us joined in an all-you-can-eat tapas event organised by the hostel jointly with some other hostels nearby. There ended up being quite a large group. We were taken on a walk to the tapas bar, which was almost unnoticeable on the street (it wasn't a touristy place), led upstairs and then organised into groups standing up at small circular tables. Plates of tapas were brought round to us, along with ...

The Castle

A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on May 26, 2014

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... 8216;camino’ which means footpath. We had lunch in the car (site bread still 5/10), and then set off on foot, over the chain, along the track. It was a strange landscape - a high sandy heath with distant views in all directions, dry pale yellow grass and small bushy trees with piles of stones beneath. Here and there small patches had been ploughed and a very thin and sparse crop of barley was growing - so poor as not to ...

Toledo - City of Three Cultures

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 30, 2013

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... Age and in Roman and Medieval times this gave rise to the construction of a defensive fortress which was finally transformed into an Imperial Palace.

In more recent history the Alcázar featured in an incident during the Spanish civil war. The Nationalists under Colonel José Moscardó Ituarte held the building against the numerically superior Spanish Republican forces. The Siege of the Alcázar became a central piece of ...