Hotel & Spa La Salve
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... down a very crowded 'calle', and off we went. We met our AirBnb 'host' outside number 2, Calle de Toledo, at 2pm. His name was Angel Gomez Malagon, and we were expecting a brooding stranger on a black Spanish fighting horse brandishing a Moorish scimitar. We met, instead, a gentle fellow in a light blue sweater. He introduced himself and took us through a medieval, graffitied wooden door in a stone wall, and up 100 stairs to the apartment. It was a narrow space on the top ...
... Churches, as usual, were the most impressive. One had hundreds of thick chains hung on the walls of the exterior, which was a symbolism of the liberation of Christians as they were once held prisoner by these. The cathedral is the best in Spain, and they argued the world, but I wouldn't really know because of the bloody fog. We could kind of make out the top of it and I managed to get a photo of it when we walked past it later quickly. The detail was unbelievable. I don't ...
... to torture them until they confessed and then they were put to death anyway. With this in my mind, I left Cordoba and headed further north towards Toledo to spend my final night of this break.
Toledo is like an island – almost completely encircled by the Tajo river. This has restricted its growth, and for this reason, there is a high concentration of fascinating, centuries-old buildings all within walking distance of one another. I parked up outside the city walls ...
... family's house. I'm writing this so that's proof that I made it back ok. It is pretty safe, it's just always a little sketchy walking alone after dark. The whole language barrier doesn't really help. But here I am, safe and sound. Hopefully I can convince Mina and Danny and other Fund people to go outside the walls for a night out.. we shall see. Well, first day of class starts tomorrow and i'm rather tired, so that is all for now. Buenas noches!
... and beauty. The day is overcast—the best for taking photos. Toledo reminds me of the towns in the hills of Tuscany, so unbelievably picturesque. Jose parks our bus outside of the town's walls, and we walk over the bridge into the city. I love this place, but the highlight for me is the Church of Santo Tomé with its El Greco masterpiece, "The Burial of Count Orgaz", 1586. Jose II indeed does it justice with his narrative. ...