Hotel La Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... lack of space. It is a really beautiful walled city with cobble stone street, amazing architecture and statues and carvings, literally another surprise at every turn. The streets are so curved a that navigation is very tricky, map doesn't even help, I have to use my GPS to find the way. I woke up around 400 pm and then visited the Da Vinci museum, then another convent before everything closes up. So I wonder by the museum of Greco ...
... 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 ...
... point. We then walked around some botanical gardens and headed back to the hostel area. Once back near the hostel we got food at an all you can eat place for 9,90 euros. The food was not the greatest but it was cheap. We also stopped at a bar supposedly known for its tapas. It was very good. Then back to the hostel. Fortunately there was air conditioning this time. Day three we set out to see the Prado. We walked through many room and saw Francisco Goya paintings. We also saw ...
Weather: 35º C and Sunny
Slept in this morning which was quite a surprise. Normally there is enough hotel or outside noise about 8am to wake us up – is was 9.30 this morning so we must have needed the rest.
After breakfast our first stop was the cathedral. The site was first a Visigothic cathedral that was replaced by the Moors with a mosque. After the Christians regained control they ...
... breakfast was slightly different from one you would normally have in the United States because they served things like fresh-cut meat and cheeses, bread with olive oil and a tomato sauce...simple, yet different things like that. I enjoyed it, but I personally would much rather have my biscuits and gravy from the South!
Finally, my parents returned to the hotel with our luggage and we were able to ...