Hotel San Juan de los Reyes
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Beautiful room, great location and wonderful staff.
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... br> After a further short drive, I arrive in Toledo at about 5.00pm. The journey has gone really well and gets even better as I find my hotel with remarkable ease. I take a short walk around the immediate area to find a tourist information centre and get a map and some leaflets. It's while I'm having a coffee in a nearby park that I check the camera and discover that the battery is very low. The charging lead is inconveniently located on my table in Frigiliana, 500km ...
So yep ..straight into it ..Tour of a place close buy Madrid to see a monastery ...different from a temple ...but hey not much ... It was very interesting actually ..loads of crazy history, that we Aussies have nothing to compare ...no photos inside the monastery ..it's filled with thousands of seriously old painting and furniture etc ...I'm confused as it was also a palace where the king Philip number ...
On our final day in Madrid we travelled to the small town of Toledo for the morning. Toledo is a very impressive historical , world heritage listed town with beautiful old monuments, churches and buildings. It is set on the top of a hill making the views from the town magnificent. It was a ...
... 200 years of doing this, the people responsible at the time had had enough so used the remaining money to commission El Greco to do the painting.
And finally the Sephardi museum. This was originally founded as a private synagogue by the (Christian) King’s wealthy(?) treasurer apparently with the King’s approval. It was of a very decorative Nasrid style (intricate plaster work similar to Alhambra), has ...
... enjoyed gazing at the intricately carved wooden (walnut) seats in the choir with two very modern looking pipe organs above them. There was stained glass throughout but the highlights were definitely the choir and the altar. The intricate wood carvings on doors and ceilings, the majestic columns, rib-shaped vaults, flying buttresses and exterior gothic fašade were also all impressive in their own right and made this a must-see cathedral ...