Hotel Pintor El Greco Sercotel
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... leave the country, or be killed. We explored an area that maintained a lot of Jewish historical influence from the "Sefarditas" or Sephardic Jews that still live there. I really enjoyed seeing the Hebrew words and Jewish stars around the area, especially since I went the same day as the Jewish New Year.
I arrived back at my home in Madrid on Thursday night and headed out again the very next morning for yet another big adventure. Stay tuned to find out where!
Oliver's big request for his birthday was a trip to Toledo. He knew that he needed a "real sword." The biggest interest in Oliver's life right now is the life of a knight. We a bought our bus tickets and took the 45 minute ride to Toledo. The city is known for its history of three cultures: Arab, Christian, and Jewish. And, it is a walking history lesson with plenty of sites to visit. There are more Churches, Synagogues, and Mosques ...
... I had some pasta to eat and a brownie. I slept for a couple hours. Other than that, nothing else happened.
So I land in Madrid. I have to get from here to Toledo. I have been given some "instructions" on how to get there but it never really makes sense until you actually get there. First part of the directions were to follow signs for the metro in the airport. No one told me how large this ...
... in the many of the churches and in the El Greco museum. We wandered the streets for the afternoon, and spent an awe inspiring couple of hours in the Cathedral. I (Bill) have been a fan of Earl Birney's work, and used to use some of his poetry with Grade 8 English classes. One poem I particularly enjoyed is Birney’s "Espolio" based on El Greco’s painting, and so I ...
Toledo is beautiful and Toledo is hot - very hot. It is 8 pm and it is still nearly 40 degrees. Wicked. I like it.
Only a short 25 minute high speed train ride from Madrid and you are in a lovely ancient walled city with a real small town feel. I got lucky and found a brand new little hostel run by an adorable young couple - they have been open only three months and are working hard ...