Hotel Medina de Toledo
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... the name, because it reminds me of a lot of Notts County's goals. It's got a smart looking double-steeple church, a small population, none of whom are out and about, about a million flies (which all get into my car) and enough solar panels to power half of Spain.
The scenery is now well and truly flat, but I've made good progress, as Consolacion is only about 150km from Toledo. Eventually, after many miles of straight motorway, I get to a major road junction and ...
... into town to have dessert and coffee. This wasn't even offered at the restuarant we had just left.
On on our last morning in Toledo, we toured the Santa Cruz Musuem in town where there was an exhibit of El Greco artwork. It was a very impressive exhibit and complemented the work that we has seen previously in the house where the artist had lived. At midday, we left the hotel in light rain, caught the bus to the train station ...
... He died in Toledo in 1614.
The museum is very unique. A 16th century house was renovated to appear as it was El Greco's home. El Greco's works along with other artists of the same period were displayed in the house and galleries. The paintings of 'Christ and the Apostles' were on display. Some of the paintings of the Apostles were not finished. This really allowed us to see how he created a painting.
By now, we now know more about El Greco than ...
Ok, before we set out on this trip, we made a promise that we wouldn't bore you with details about castle after castle, museum after museum. Today is no exception, but I really need to tell you about Toledo.
We took a day tour out to Toledo and it turned out to be a most enjoyable day out. It was an hour's drive out of Madrid across the La Mancha plains, made famous by Don Quixote. For a start, it was different: a walking tour rather than sitting on a bus being ...
... br> reason’ part of my life. I couldn’t be in a happier place and I never want this
amazing experience to end.
May 23, 2014- Day 7
Well lets just say this morning was a little rough. After
getting home around 5 am we found ourselves scrambling to get ready this
morning to try and get ourselves to Toledo. Tamar was in pretty rough shape but
I knew that she would regret not coming to I packed us a lunch, took a lot of
gravol, and organized a ...