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Today was a travelling day. After an early breakfast we headed to (holy) Toledo. The city was built about 200BC and has been occupied by Romans, Jews, Moorish and Christians. The Christians have been in control since 1492 when the Moorish were defeated and retreated back to Africa. We walked over a 1,300AD bridge - it still seems sturdy enough to …
I have not forgotten about you. I have not had time to update my blog so hopefully tonight I will. I am having a wonderful time actually incredible. The sites that I have seen are something else. The people in my group are great.
My luggage arrived 3 days later - so I was beyond thrilled. Doing laundry in my hotel room …
... and found a couple of small markets to purchase supplies. We were intimidated enough in the first one that we turned around and left. All the goods were stored behind a long counter, much like a pharmacy. After you made yourself known amid the horde, you gave a verbal list to the store clerk who fetched your supplies. None of us felt confident enough with our Spanish to produce a list on the fly. Thankfully we found another shop where we could shop more ...
Being a transition day the focus is on that ... meeting the train, train to destination la la. So a slow morning breakfasting, packing, squaring away the flat, taking out the garbage (something the Spanish are particular about) and checking one last time ... a worthwhile procedure.
Our host was taking us to the train, what a luxury and she was late, watch the pressure gauge rise.
The station process is as per ...
... inside to help extinguish the fire. A large wall of flame was seen to engulf him but he emerged moments later, with only his eyebrows singed. Many people saw this as a miraculous escape. After his release rom the Hospital, John set travelled to a town called Baeza, the home of St John of Avila. Here he spent time preparing spiritually for his future work. He then travelled onto Guadalupe where he acquired more nursing skills under the instruction of the Jeronymite ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsM.A Alhamar Granada
This hotel has a good sized room and bathroom. Some of the bathroom package (comb, shower cap) were just empty boxes. I am looking forward to a good night's sleep.
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