Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Toledo
... was Ángel and he was so smart. I really am at a loss for words other than everything we saw was absolutely gorgeous. The roads were a lot more narrow there and Toledo basically sits on one giant hill so that was a workout. We actually saw one car stall out because the hills are too steep and ll the vehicles here are stick. Interesting fact, Toledo used to be the capital of Spain many years ago before Madrid became the capital. ...
... stores sold decorative ceramic plates and unique and beautiful jewelry as Toledo is known for quality silver.
Our next stop was at the Museo Sefardi. This museum is housed in the Synagogue of Samuel ha-Levi. It is a 14th century building in the Mudejar style. In the Middle Ages, Toledo was a melting pot of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish cultures. However, in 1492 the Jews were expelled from Spain. By 1494 the building was no longer used as a synagogue. ...
... 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, ...
... space. We walked away restraining ourselves from laughing out loud at the slapstick element that was just a bit too much.
The fountains were all on at the Cardinale, beautiful. We went up and opened all the windows as usual, Jan to read and rest, me to read, write, and watch a Spanish TV drama involving Romans and Picts which was familiar to me ... looked like 'The Lost Eagle'.
This place is 100 out of a 100 as a destination. What ...
... and we are not disappointed. First we have a heated goat cheese with herbs and bread, followed by cured deer and finally a braised succulent lamb.
The following day is spent again in the old city: walking, shopping, sightseeing. One of the items purchased is a travel iron from a small shop in a cobblestone street. "Why would you buy an item like that" I exclaim "from a store like that?" I conclude. "It's ...