Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to walk on there stone paths I don't know. The cathedral was massive. It is still considered the most important church in all of Spain. Work began in 1226 and it was finished in 1493. To describe the church is impossible, even photos can't describe it well enough. The main chapel is 90m long, and 30m and it's just breathtaking. There were several tombs in side of ex priests etc. lots of gold, paintings on walls and artefacts. After the cathedral we had free time. I ...
... and deliver it to Spain. I flew into Spain's Barajas airport three hours earlier than the Syracuse group flight, so I decided to take this time to grab breakfast and purchase a pre-paid cellphone. Once again, not being able to speak Spanish was a struggle. I was trying to understand the terms and conditions of the cellphone I was purchasing, but I ended up buying a cellphone plan for 15 euros through a company called Lebara with out ...
... eat as many as we liked. He suggested it would be easier than cleaning up the rotting fruit from the ground. Even though the sign said "don't touch the plants". So with an appetite for figs for breakfast I had my fare share. Perfectly ripe. Delicious!!!
With map in hand I headed up the hill to ...
... they occur) I love the earrings!!! :) It was interesting to see the close roads and narrow streets for me, and apparently my hair is interesting for them. People keep staring or whispering "una rubia" which basically means my hair is naturally blond, haha. :) Maybe I should dye it black? ;) Another interesting difference is their eating schedule. They do not really eat breakfast, ...
... archaeological pieces. There was nothing about the history of the Visigoths in the region nor was anything in English. It was free and while the artefacts were interesting it was a bit of letdown for us anyway.
Next stop was the Mosque of Cristo de la Luz. Of the 10 or so mosques in Toledo this one remains largely the same as it originally was in Moorish times. It is a small building with 4 pillars. Once the ...