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... to spit up, we attempted to go in search of the missing 5. Luckily we caught up for lunch at a restaurant called Venta de Aires at the bottom of the old city. We had a four course meal and spoiled ourselves silly with Toledo delicacies, laughter, and wine. The steak was questionable, but the few who ate it are still alive! After lunch we made it back up the ...
... before the fire, so they had a very good sense of how the ceilings looked. In one case, they were able to find the exact same ceiling, in the exact size, at a convent in another town, and it was bought and transported to the Alcazar. (According to the audio-guide, this was not unusual: architects created blueprints of ceilings that they could use over and over again). The tour was interesting. One of the more unique rooms has statues of the kings of Spain, from Pelayo (yeah, ...
... drive from Consuegra we head
off to Toledo where we spend our lunch stop. It has become a tradition to
accidentally get lost inside every single Spanish town we have been into and
even though we spend only an hour in Toledo we do manage that feat yet again. Except
this time we were with a big group of travellers searching for some churros!
After searching in vain we settled upon some pre made ones in centre of town.
... castle adventure, we turned back, and gave it a go. The track slowly got very rough and continued for miles across a rocky heath, often worn away into deep runnels where it was steeply graded which made for rather exciting, slow and uncomfortable going. Eventually the surface got so bad, we abandoned the car and went on foot. After a while, the track went straight into a small but lovely river and vanished, but there was no bridge. ...
... of which are lined with two rows of portraits of all the archbishops from Saint Eugene to date. A number of the latter archbishops are bespectacled and the style of glasses provides an additional clue to their date of office. These were just some of the highlights others include the individual chapels, El Transparente - the baroque altarpiece, the stained glass windows to say nothing of the main fašade and the great portals!