Hotel Medina de Toledo
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I have been getting emails of people subscribing to this blog, so I think I need to step up my blogging game haha Today was a super awesome day because we visited a town called Toledo, which is about 50 mins south of Madrid. The town is where the royals used to reside, as well as the locations of different mosques, synagogues and cathedrals. The whole town is surrounded by this massive stone wall. Javier and I walked around, did some audio tours of the cathedral as well as the ...
... looking around and doing a little shopping. One thing I discovered was Mazapan, which is a bread/pastry sort of thing that is made out of almonds. It tasted amazing and I bought a large box to bring back and store in my room. I also made what was probably one of the best purchases of the trip and bought a small sword. Toledo is famous for their sword making so I figured I might as well buy ...
... table in the woods, had a LOT of food, and then played a great game of Spanish Trivial Pursuit: Genius Edition. We played in teams so it was Alicia and I versus Eugenio and Jesus, with Ana being the quizmaster. It was a lot of fun, and thankfully Alicia was able to translate all of the questions into English for me. I don’t think I was much help to her, but Alicia and I ended up winning the game!
We all hung out until ...
... myself in a different way. It was
bout 10:30 by the time I got back to I stopped at starbucks and grabbed a late
and sandwich for lunch. Its so nice to be living in the middle of everything
where a cup of coffee is just a block away. When I got back me and Tamar talked
about the day and our plans for tomorrows epic soccer game. Its hard to believe
that it has been a week since we left Edmonton, I want time to stop and this
experience to last a life time. Spain is incredible.
... At 26%, national unemployment is as high as it has been. The youth figure is over 50%. Apart from the rubbish, Madrid showed no signs of the poor economy, but in the country there are For Sale/Rent signs everywhere and closed shops. There are many beggars, human statues and hopeful €1 street vendors, but you see that in many ...