Parador de Toledo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Toledo
Amazing location and view across to Toledo.
Be aware that it is a significant distance outside the city and without public transport.
Usual Parador standard of accommodation although staffig levels in bar areas was light.
Outdoor patio with superb views.
WiFi not available outside public areas which you would not expect in a hotel of thsi rating.
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July 26 - Toledo
We were going to get up early today to start the day off in the cool of the morning; we didn't even wake up until 9:15. Oh well, we were planning on spending the day in museums hoping t enjoy the air conditioning. We had a buffet breakfast at the Parador. It was delicious. We finally left at 11:00.
We figured out …
Somewhere along the way we lost a day, or maybe it was two, I am not counting any more, too much fun makes the mind dull. From Toledo (pronounced Tolado) we took the back roads through Navahermosa, here we stopped at a pub at around 11 am. to get a late breakfast. The pub was filled with locals, which all looked like local farmers, Johan said they …
We woke up this morning and decided to have the Paradores De Toledeo's breakfast. The men spend a precious 15 minutes planning the day. The plan was to get a cab from the hotel into the old city, our parador was not in the city, but overlooked the city. The cab would drop of at the top of the hill at the Alcazar/palies (not military musuem) and …
We started with coffee and "bocadilla and jamon" which is a ham sandwich in Plaza del Mercar, which is one of the oldest part of town. We missed seeing the cathedral and Ballilica yesterday and had to see both before we leave. Yesterday we met a professional photographer Raul Moreno (he took the photo that is currently our blog photo) and his …
... today. The first was the small 10th C Mosque of Cristo dela Luz. It was a semi-ruin, but comprised some marvelous arches and windows from its Moorish mosque days, as well as remnants of its Christian paintings from its evolution to a church in the 13th C.
In the afternoon we visited the very informative El Greco Museum, smallish, but set in a recreated ...