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Hi! I am Jane. Today we traveled from Salamanca to the historic city of Toledo. This old city was the first capital of Spain before Madrid. For many centuries, Jews, Christians and Muslims coexisted here peacefully. The old buildings reflect the influences of the three cultures, at times all in one building. Toledo was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. Some of the major attractions are Alcazar (fortress from the 16th Century), ...
... begin to capture the beauty of this city.
It was a long day as we arrived in Madrid around 8. Today was the first day I had McDonalds since I left the states! Let me tell you...it was amazing. I got a snack wrap that was bigger than my head and it came with free chicken nuggets. After eating the entire meal (and finishing Krysta's fries) I think I was the happiest and most content person in the world.
Tomorrow we leave bright and early to tour Madrid! ¡Hasta mañana!
... sound in Spanish. The breakdown truck arrived and we were packed up and ready for them to tow us to the garage, because the phone operator had said that in Spain the truck drivers are just drivers, not roadside mechanics as elsewhere. Talei explained the problem and to our surprise, they took a nut off part of their own tow truck and used it to tighten our bolt back on!! We think the old one ...
... true scenes we saw this morning, but is was breathtaking and we were both impressed by it all . Rick and I just stood there and took it all in. The gorges in this area are huge and very inpressive. We were glad we left it till this morning. When we drove through yesterday there were so many people there but this morning they had not woken up yet. Early morning coffee with the locals because nothing touristy was open yet.
After our ...
... a beautiful sight, whether it be an old building, a narrow street, or a beautiful cobble stone path.
We arrived at the old Plaza, with little shops and restaurants around it. Taking the spotlight, however, is the immense Alcazar with it's four huge corner towers. Sadly we couldn't go in, but just being able to see it was a great treat.
Along the way we run into the tour bus and for ...
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