Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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So yep ..straight into it ..Tour of a place close buy Madrid to see a monastery ...different from a temple ...but hey not much ... It was very interesting actually ..loads of crazy history, that we Aussies have nothing to compare ...no photos inside the monastery ..it's filled with thousands of seriously old painting and furniture etc ...I'm confused as it was also a palace where the king Philip number ...
... ham in America. My host mother makes me a bocadillo to go whenever I am traveling to another city for the day, and I always tell her how in love I am with iberian ham with cheese and fresh tomatoes on french bread with an olive oil dressing. There is a perfect amount of sweet and saltiness that words can't even describe, and I already know when I go back home, the ham and cheese bocadillos are going to be the number one food I will be craving.
My new friend from ...
... shopping and Cathedral was. The Cathedral was our first stop. Now, for some reason there were like a million little children in uniforms running around the town (we think it must have been some sort of graduation). It was very noisy and crowded and the roads that weaved between buildings were more liked alleyways hardly big enough for cars to pass (they still did). I think we almost got hit a few times.
The Cathedral of Toledo was massive and very ...
Day 7-Dreading the long lap of our road trip from Cordoba to Madrid en route Toledo, we started off this day. The topography becomes pretty plain here. Vast olive farms make their presence here as well but to a lesser degree. The landscape still remains beautiful but not as colorful as in the south. The highways afford a 100+ mile/hr. drive without much difficulty, with convenient food/gas stops. Close to Toledo on CM 42, a ...
... there back down around the mountain (no chorus please) to our place which has a big restaurant on the grounds. We dropped in for a digestif, found lounge chairs in a side room and relaxed. We then found a young woman from Portland Oregon near my alma mater. We had a warm chat there, too. That smiling open blonde Oregon optimism was a great finish. We returned to our domicile and chatted briefly before Janet sought rest's relief. I sat up wrote, read and drank ...