Hotel La Posada
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... synagogue the ended up at another convent while ending up at the gate leading out of the city. The sun is now setting, so after a few more photos, I walked back into midtown. I passed by a few stores selling marzipans, its the most famous local sweets, people buy them by the boxes, they are very tasty but not so sweet. Even the nuns are selling them. Next, I had seafood paella for dinner before I join the Toledo walking tour group. ...
... was really good, he pronounced every word correctly and had a wide vocabulary... Or so I thought until I asked him a question, to discover he didn't actually know any English - but he had memorised the tour in English, saying it without knowing what he was saying!! I don't know whether I was more annoyed or impressed that he remembered so many foreign words.
A brief history of Toledo. Buildings, which still stand today, date back to the 13th century. The ...
... None of the streets were marked well so it was mostly guesses. Once at the hostel we put down our stuff and went right next door to get the most delicious tapas. Day six. We slept most of the day and walked around in the afternoon and evening. Made our own dinner from groceries and more tapas from next door. That evening we went to this special part of Seville where concerts were. The streets were packed. We got buņuelos. They're essentially fried dough rings with sugar on top. ...
... as others by Goya, Ribera etc. It also had artefacts from the prehistoric, Visigoth, Roman and Moorish times. One of these was the marble top of a well from the Moorish era. There were deep grooves in the sides of the well where the ropes used to bring up the water had worn away the marble.
At one of the windows of the museum you could see the marks and holes that bullets had made in the metal ...
... we had been here before, but needed something to do. Amelia was feeling the jet lag, so we decided to find a grocery store & have a picnic at our hotel. We are in our room now & she is sound to sleep in her bed. So glad we brought her over early to get her rest.....my little seņorita!! PS - Hi Uncle Steven, who just called, welcome to the ...