Hotel Pintor El Greco Sercotel
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... the Madrid-bound motorway onto another leading north westwards to Toledo. This is at a place called Consegrua, which I intend to visit on the way back. I'm now really too early to carry on into Toledo just yet, so I'm pleased to see a prominent ruined castle on a hill not far from the motorway. Well worth a visit! It's at a place delighting in the name of Almonacid de Toledo and, after a bit of difficulty, I find a zigzag route leading up from the village to the castle. ...
... we may want. This is a great museum which guided us through his life and work.
It was 4:30 when we finished and we starved. In fact we were so hungry, Joe suggested we go to McCafe (McDonalds) because we wanted something other than a Tapas. We haven’t been sold on most of the Tapas. We settled on a quick pizza.
We headed back to the Parador. Dinner reservations were at 9 PM on the deck and we selected another three course meal from the ...
Weather: 35º C and Sunny
Slept in this morning which was quite a surprise. Normally there is enough hotel or outside noise about 8am to wake us up – is was 9.30 this morning so we must have needed the rest.
After breakfast our first stop was the cathedral. The site was first a Visigothic cathedral that was replaced by the Moors with a mosque. After the Christians regained control they ...
... this cathedral was a work of art and a great place to see so many different architectural styles in a single building. Built over nearly 250 years (1226-1495) with continuous embellishments, it is a mix of styles including Gothic, Renaissance, Mudejhar and Baroque. What made it even more enjoyable to visit was that we got to go into the choir area, check out side chapels and get up close to the altar. The cathedral stands on the site of a mosque ...
... camper and looked brilliant. When the bikers stopped we asked them could we take some photos of the bikes, permission given. Started having a chat with them, seems that the couple and their little girl are from Sweden and are travelling through Europe for three and a half months. You should see their outfits. Beautiful bikes and the most delicious paintwork on the bikes and trailers. The photos will tell the story.