Hotel Pintor El Greco Sercotel
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... Menu”. They basically give you several choices from the appetizer, entrée and dessert sections of the menu. These meals have a fixed price of 30 Euros. We have finally started thinking of the Euro as the same as a dollar. Thirty bucks seems about right for the dinner but forty seems a bit high. That includes VAT and they don’t seem to expect a tip and a glass of wine is only 3 Euros. Service suffered a bit so we still didn’t get back to our room until 11 PM. ...
... with fabulous 360 degree view of the city and the Tagus river. Our first stop was the museum Santa Cruz, and then we just stayed outdoors and explored the quaint sights of the city. Toledo steel was of course a conspicuous presence on every street corner. Sadly we did not have a lot of time to spend in Toledo and hit the road to head to Madrid carrying the indelible sights, sounds and aroma of Andalusia in our memory ...
... So we started to chat more and I told em how great spain was and how the people are awesome....so he wanted to see me map and he started to give me directions and I got it...sort of where I thought I needed to go. So they gave me a pat on the back and said get the hell outta here. Who was I to say no. So put the lid on and proceeded to make a nice getaway.
Well I rolled a few km's down the road and no way I was going to not wear ear plugs....(it tires ...
... toward the Cathedral. It took a while to get there because Leslie and the girls stopped in nearly every store along the way. Also along the way we encountered several street performers. They were funny and very talented. Probably the best were the man and woman trapeze artists. They were set up right in front of the Cathedral.
The Cathedral in Toledo is by far the most amazing Cathedral ...
I have started getting my footing with a few of the basic Spanish survival phrases. I feel accomplished when I can successfully order something.
I love life right now. I am so lucky. I have a feeling I'm going to be very attached to this country by the time we leave, and I'm going to wish we didn't have to.
Now, off to bed so we can explore Sevilla early tomorrow. Julia's already fallen asleep to Spanish Disney Channel.