Hotel & Spa La Salve
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... that takes tourists to see the many beautiful views of the monuments, the river, the hills and the San Martín bridge. Toledo is known for damascene, a type of filagree made of gold, steel and silver, used for swords, plates and jewelry. We were able to watch the artisans work. Toledo is also famous for marzipan (sugar and almond) desserts, originally made by nuns. I loved walking between the medieval buildings and getting lost in the ...
... historically cooler...) As I watched the "laser light show" (mentioned in the latter stages of this entry), I was surprised at the fact that they left out certain negative aspects of Toledos past, while leaving positive but less historically important events in. I found the whole thing rather strange.
What do you think they were trying to do (or prove) with this show? What items from Toledos past do you think they ...
We then drove back to our modern and nice hotel.
All good. Shlomo took us out for dinner to the only Kosher restaurant in
Madrid. The meat/kabobs there was amazing but the service was so
intentionally bad it was laughable. No side dishes just meat and a scowl
if you asked for anything. The guy almost kicked us out cause Max added
ketchup. The meat was amazing and Pini really enjoyed ...
... the day with excitement, they were almost popping out of his face. :) (No exaggeration!!)
The city is very compact and you can walk to pretty much everywhere. But since it's hilly, there are several escalators for those who don't want to climb up/down. We visited several major sights such as the synagogue, the convent, the cathedral (which houses several El Greco paintings and also we found "Black Madonna" from Czestochowa!), Mezquita, and a museum ...
... up the sauces with our bread rolls. We all really enjoyed our meals in the restaurant’s spacious and relaxing ambience, but we all agreed that yesterday’s lunch in Segovia still came out on top overall.
Post lunch, we wandered through the old town making our way downhill towards the city’s main gate. We stopped along the way at a few viewpoints and also to admire the architecture of various buildings. The ...