Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Marveling at yhe xx cahedral. Cant believe the scaleand and at the same time the detail of the sculpture or reliefs on most of its surfaces. Enjoying the beautiful breeze and being imersed in the omnipresent rolling language the is castillian ...
... is still chilly but the sand and sun are already plenty warm enough for castle building.
Our holy week was defined by the exciting arrival of KC and Will Garrett from St. Helena. They dropped in on us in Valencia for a couple of days, and used it as an excuse for a mother-son trip around Spain. We happily gave them a whirlwind look at Valencia itself, and some of our favorite local haunts. Sam even dragged his friend Will off ...
... New Zealand. I found out she was heading to Madrid later that day after a little more sightseeing so we decided to explore the city together until catching our bus. She recommended this incredible dish for lunch called gambas al ajillo (shrimp in a garlic sauce) and I also had a bocadillo de ibérico y queso (Iberian ham and cheese sandwich) as a snack.
I have yet to describe to you guys in full detail how obsessed I am with the ham in this country. It is so ...
... and this trip was no different. I had to choose between the Royal hoopla in Madrid or Corpus Christi. In the end, I had to choose Madrid for a chance to see my Prince Felipe become el Rey de España!
The streets were decorated beautifully with hanging baskets and fresh flower arrangements. Normally, every turn in this city is a photo op but, especially today, I was always clicking one more picture... it was great. Well, ...
... some more park-like woodland, this time not oaks, but some sort of Pine, with the same compact shape as the oaks, as if they had been trimmed smooth. A strange and beautiful sight but there was absolutely nowhere to stop to take a photo. It seems that nearly all the roads in Spain have been new-made, straightening, smoothing and widening, so bits of old meandering and narrow old road appear now and then one side then ...