Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo

Address: Plaza Juego de Pelota, 7, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, 45002, Spain and Canary Islands | 5 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Toledo

      Toledo, The Sword City

      A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... earlier this year, my dad got me the book, and it was really good.

      I really liked Toledo, I liked watching the swords being made in the factory, I liked walking through the narrow backstreets, and I liked walking along the cobbled streets lined with shops. Toledo was amazing, I would recommend it to anyone. If someone asked me to give Toledo, in general, a rating out of 100, I would give it a 100/100. It was great. ...

      Holy Toledo

      A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Jun 17, 2014

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      ... all in all, was amazing. But I wouldn't have wanted to stay there longer than a day. One day was perfect and now (as of 4 hours ago) we are in Sevilla (which was a 3.5 hour train ride from Toledo - Madrid - here). More on that later tonight.
      P.S. Yesterday, I forgot to bring my camera out and so most of my pictures were taken on my iPhone which I uploaded to my 'Spain' album on facebook if you wanna check those out.



      Holy Toledo!

      A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 12, 2013

      23 photos

      ... to muggers, etc it'd probably attract the attention of the police pretty quickly... a crossbow would be pretty fun though.

      The military museum was very good, it was full of all sorts of old weaponry, armour and uniforms (the Spanish military have really gone through some hilarious outfits.) There's a great display on the history of photography as well. The descriptions of the different battles and major events of Spain's military history were ...

      Today was... absolutely beautiful.

      A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 20, 2013

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      ... to be a mausoleum for the Spanish monarchs, but they later decided to be buried in Granada (after it was recaptured from the Moors during the Reconquista). Toledo remained a sleepy little town until it was horribly damaged by Napoleon when they occupied it during the Peninsular War in 1808 . The church itself fell into disrepair during this time and wasn't refurbished until the late 19th century. Currently, San Juan de los Reyes serves as ...

      Swords and El Greco (Tim)

      A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on Nov 29, 2012

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      As we drove north from Cordoba the temperature steadily dropped and arriving in Toledo at Camping El Greco we were officially cold. We were warmed by the charming owner and the excellent campsite with great facilities especially the hot and powerful showers. The site was practically deserted with Christmas approaching in fact I think we were the only people staying on our second night. It's a 30 minute walk ...