Hotel La Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... your toothpicks to see how many you ate. Also, Spain has a large variety of cheese and wines. I love the cheese here. Wine is pretty cheap here, of course depending on the type but in general. In restaurants, its common to see option of by the glass and then next to it the bottle price ( and to buy the bottle is much cheaper then in the US.) Often, everyone shares a bottle of wine at the table.
Finally, the postres (desserts). I can only describe these ...
... took a seat on a little bench next to the road. This was the tastiest meal we had the whole trip. What a great idea to let people pay to see the bull figth and then let them share in the food the next day. In Spain they kill the bulls, in Portugal they don't. People here see it as part of the culture and as an art form, that is also the way we looked at it. Alas, this was not the end of it, Johan's friend told us that there was another bull ...
... Kings, Franks, Napoleon , etc... Take your pick - the town did better than most owing to its importance as a intellectual center. A place of knowledge and power. Kings made it a favorite and it survived many a takeover. What really blows your mind when you think about it is that the Moors alone ruled for 600 years, never mind the Romans etc... Toronto in 5 years has changed dramatically. Its with this in mind that I walked ...
... at the Plaza I needed to walk through in order to get to my hotel, so it was standing room only on the metro and in the stations. Many of the individuals were quite eclectic, drunk, and crazy loud. The music wasn't something I would listen to for entertainment or enjoyment. Comig out of the station, some poor old man fell down the stairs of the metro station and busted his head and nose open. The cops and paramedics were treating him. ...
... El Greco’s last painting – the “Burial of the Count of Orgaz”. This is a very large painting in a small church near the Jewish quarter. The Count of Orgaz rebuilt the church in the 14th century and is also buried in it. Apparently there is a story around the painting that goes something like this: when the count died he left money to his village for them to feed the poor of Toledo once every year. After ...