Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Although Toledo was a very short day trip, it was actually a lot of fun. It was just a day trip with my class so we left Madrid early in the morning and made it back around eight that night. There were not a lot of specific places we went to but there was so much to see in general. We started by walking up a very large hill to get entrance to the main part of the city. The architecture throughout ...
... alabaster upper ones show figures from the Old Testament. It seemed every inch of the cathedral had a story that was centuries old.
We climbed the bell tower to see the 360 degree view. It was over two hundred steps to the top. The views were great and the nine bells were very interesting. The biggest was at least ten inches thick at the bottom and was cracked and is called the "Fat One." Thank goodness they were not ringing. We made the climb ...
May 22, 2014 Day 6
This morning started off the same, we have settled into a
pretty good routine with everything. It was still pretty gloomy outside and we
are still waiting for the weather to wear our sundresses. In class we continued
our Spanish language lesson as we did before and I feel like being able to
apply all the things I am learning is really helping to solidify them in my
head. We had a quick crossant snack at our break although I ended up ...
... that he chose to decorate his home in his last days. I also keep going back to the Murrelo room. His colours are so sugary sweet you just want to eat up the paintings. The gallery is free after 6pm so I headed out about 7pm to avoid the crowds (though its fun to watch people run from room to room looking for that must see masterpiece).Tomorrow ironically, I have a Madrid sightseeing tour. I plan to look for the old market and ...
... in one corner, a table of old women kibitzing in the other. A middle aged woman walked in, with her dog, for a beer and a bite and left within 10 minutes. Cup of gaspacho and glass of Sangria for me while Ryan ate like there was no tomorrow. This was just a great low key place with good food. If it had been open on Sunday we would have brought Chris here for dinner. It was that good.