Hotel La Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the museum, there is a large clap of thunder. By the time we grab our brollies from the backpack it is raining heavily. The rain from the roofs pour into the street and soon the streets are rushing rivers. The tropical downpour stopped as fast as it came so we struggle back to Centro. Footsore after 6 hrs walking on the cobbles we decided we would walk back down the hill to the station just as the heavens opened up even more vigorously than before. The streets are ...
... take a shortcut walking on the wall backfired when we could not get down from the wall, we had to retrace, or should I say rerun out step with rain pouring. All I can say is we did not make it to the exhibit, but the good news is that we did not have to pay for tickets to walk on the wall, since our pass from yesterday was still valid (not really free, but if cost nothing today) Our plan was to drive to Toledo and spend the day there the rest of ...
... on a car. I’d never be the person to buy something way over the top even if I had all the money in the world, but, after having driven a Smart Car, it was far too good to be at the helm of a sleek black little number with an actual engine and some leather and a nice MMI. I excitedly jumped in, hooked my phone up via blue tooth so I could listen to my own music, and made my way the 45 minute or so drive south to Toledo. I arrived around 6pm.
... monastery. I talked with the Vicar of the church and he was so proud of the cultural and spiritual significance of this specific church. He explained what many of the limestone carvings meant and was proud of his heritage as a Spaniard. He also told me that this church was considered a "jumping off point" for Chistopher Columbus as he left for the "New World" in 1492. According to the Vicar, Columbus was apparently blessed near ...
We were met by Shlomo our Jewish Tour Guide who drove us straight to
Toledo for our Jewish Quarter Tour. He was actually originally from
Turkey but has been living in Spain for 10 years. First we stopped at
this magnificent restaurant on a hill overlooking Toledo. We ordered
coffees and delicious cheese/egg type meals and enjoyed the beautiful
view and relaxing breeze. We could see some castles and other ...