Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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... br> reason’ part of my life. I couldn’t be in a happier place and I never want this
amazing experience to end.
May 23, 2014- Day 7
Well lets just say this morning was a little rough. After
getting home around 5 am we found ourselves scrambling to get ready this
morning to try and get ourselves to Toledo. Tamar was in pretty rough shape but
I knew that she would regret not coming to I packed us a lunch, took a lot of
gravol, and organized a ...
... de Los Reyes. Walking up to the building, slave shackles could be seen hanging on the facade. As my teacher explained, this was done during the 16th century to signify that the Queen was good. During the Christian Reconquest of Spain (from the 9th-15 centuries), the Christian forces of the north were constantly fighting the Muslims who had invaded the Iberian Peninsula. From Toledo, Queen Isabel (the one who funded Christopher Columbus) oversaw the reconquest ...
... Parador, which was originally built by the Count of Toledo in the 14th century. I’d say this is one of the lesser amazing buildings, but the remarkable thing is the view it has of the Toledo medieval city. Second to none! Very peaceful out of the main city.
I checked out fairly early on Tuesday 2 July so I could see a bit more before hitting the road at 12:30pm to make my 3:30pm flight out of Madrid airport. Toledo used to be capital of Spain and is known for ...
... the oozing chocolate cake surrounded by whipped cream and I had something called 'heaven’s little pig’ some sort of egg yolk and sugar pudding. It was lovely and rich. Since this was all accompanied by a nice house red and coffee, I headed back to the hotel nicely mellowed out on alcohol, sugar and caffeine. It was a lovely end to our time in Toledo. Total cost; 47.9 E for both of us.
... a few Tapas. My favorite was the Chorizo sausage, Jeff & Amelia whined that it was too greasy, they liked the Tapas that we had no idea what it was! We had no problem that it was 10pm & just now eating, the place was packed & enjoyed being out & about. Was so proud of Amelia, when it came time to order, she stepped right up to the bar & ordered for us in Spanish. She is going to have so much fun with the culture of Spain. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility