Hotel Pintor El Greco Sercotel
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... a painter). It was all very picturesque! There were tons of little cafes and restaurants on the side of the cobblestone roads. Javier asked for some "traditional Toledo meal" so we ate ... Ok I was just informed we ate deer . Didn't realize that one... I thought I was eating beef. Oh my Hahha . Well it was pretty good...I am expanding my pallet over here I guess. Sorry Bambi. The weather is once again on point, I'll have to remember the sunscreen next time. Buenas noches! ...
... I'm there...I just hope I can resist the urge to play with it.
After we all finished up shopping we took a late train home and arrived back in Madrid just in time for dinner around 9:30. It was not one of the more intensive trips but I still enjoyed it all the same. Sometimes it is more fun to learn about a city but getting lost in the streets and shops rather than touring the tourist areas.
... every corner!! Toledo apparently is famous for its metal work for knives and swords. Among those many many ancient looking replicas and some real antiques, we witnessed quite a few Lord of the Rings goods (swords of Aragorn, Gandalf, the ring, etc), replica swords of Brave Heart, Conan, Xina, etc. oh, and for some reason, samurai swords too. :) And also, this city is famous for its marzipan sweets. So, yeah, between medieval town, swords and marzipan, Greg's eyes were so widely ...
... room is a private so, that cool and they do have internet which is fine as long as you are logged on. It's just difficult sometimes getting on.
Aftere that we went and all had farewell tour group Tapas. They were some great taps, had some crabmeat wrapped in Salmon, olives with Anchiovees skewers, etc, etc. We said our farewells to our buddies shared some contacts, and we move to the next phase of our journey.
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... in this wonderful city. It is an art lovers paradise and we fell in love with El Greco, who lived here, and gained a greater appreciation of his wonderful portraits.
With sturdy Asics on the feet we trod the cobbled streets ...