Hotel Medina de Toledo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way to spend the morning.
We filled most of the afternoon looking through the shops and again heading to the market to take the last oppurtunity to sample some yummy food and drink that is on offer there. Overall I hjave loved our time in Madrid but can't wait to see what Barcelona has to ...
... cool guy, born in Colombia, lived in Holland briefly, and has been here in Spain for many years. He owns this restaurant, paints, and travels, so he was a pretty interesting guy to chat with.
Frederik invited us to join him for lunch upstairs and we were more than happy to accept. It’s not often that I get to try gourmet local cuisine while sitting with the owner of the place. The meal was amazing. We didn’t ...
... site as soon as the gates were opened at 9.00am, to negotiate the very narrow lane before it got busy with picnickers on their way up to the park. The lane winds about, following the edge of a lake, deep blue and sparkling in the sunshine below us. Once clear, we pulled off and stopped for breakfast with a good view of mountains and lake. Bacon butty and fresh coffee. Then a leisurely trip of around 60 miles to Toledo. We ...
A great sleep for both of us and buffet breakfast from the hotel in one of those spaces where people talk quietly to each other; who knows why, because it's early, because they are saying raunchy somethings or because they don't want anyone to hear how vacuous their pre-coffee conversation is or because breakfast is just habitually personal and private.
We launched out of there and up the skyward escalator and ambled up through the streets to find a ...
... moving quickly. I was glad I went because i discovered a few artists that I really enjoyed, such as Jan Brueghel and Luis Melendez. One particular piece was fascinating to me: El Bosco's Garden of Earthly Delights. It was bizarre, chaotic and slightly grotesque. The museum is huge, so I did a lot of walking in 2 hours. When I finally got home I decided to cook, which of course was a disaster in waiting. I had to wait to use ...