Hotel La Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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- Today, we caught the fast train from Atocha station to Toledo. Travelled 73 km in 27 mins. Very comfortable,smooth quiet ride as the countryside flew by. Arrived at the beautiful Moorish station and caught a cab up the hill to Centro. It is a very atmospheric town. A huge number of cathedrals, museums, synagogue. We decide that we will jump on the hop on, hop off bus which duly takes off back down the hill to the train station to meet the next train. Hmmmm. Eventually we ...
... friends now pretend that it was much larger, even saying Bennie could walk upright in it, with a hat on. Anyway, with tears streaming down my face out of fear we finally made it to the clock tower (see the photos). There we learned some interesting facts about the bell, which they call the "fat bell" and believe me it is big. The clock weights 17,000 kg, about 37,400 pounds, and after it was produced they had no way to get it up the tower. It took 2 years to make a plan, now ...
... city, eat lunch, and be tourists. Toledo has impressive windy roads that climb ever higher, as it is built up on a large hill. overlooking the river. In the very center of the oldest portion, cars can't even drive through the roads. In these locations today, there is just a mess of tourists and artisan shops. Toledo is known for its swords. In nearly every shop in the tourist area, fans of swords were displayed. I even saw a sign that said "Toledo, the sword ...
... and in the evenings when it's mostly locals hanging around. It's amazing that the historical area of this city managed to remain so intact for so long. It's great! And instead of being filled with boring flamenco dresses and jewellery, the stores are full of swords, knives, suits of armour, shields and crossbows! I had my eye on a crossbow but Heather reminded me that I can't really carry it around with me on the Camino and that while it may be ...
... little fuel in our belly for the afternoon adventure. We head out around 5:30 and start walking towards the Museo de Santa Cruz, but we can’t figure out how to get in. After circling the block, we assume it’s closed today or at least this afternoon. We ride up and down the new escalators, then regroup at the top for a new game plan. Molly and I look at the map and decide we will wander over to the original escalators on the other side of town, maybe head down to the ...