Hotel San Juan de los Reyes
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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's Ochtends, Toldedo, uitgelslapen en op zoek naar ontbijt: naar het meest dichtstbijzijnde winkelstraatje. Een ge´mproviseerd broodje, maar net zo lekker, mee naar het hoogste punt van de stad: en dat scheelt wel een paar honderd meter! Op het hoogste punt staat een groot fort, wat nu een museum is voor Spaanse oorlogsvoering, de geschiedenis van …
... just feels that before you get into any of the larger towns you have to go through 10 circles. The circle with the most entry/exit points were 7, which mean you really need to know what you do, upon entering the circle you need to move to the center lane as soon as possible, but be ready to move to the outer lane just before you exit. It sounds really complex but it allows for great traffic flow, and our two drivers made it look like child's play. Parking is tight, specially in ...
... We arrived in Toledo by train at 8:30am. Mom said "oh it's not too far of a walk" - so off we went with our oversized luggage and huge back packs down the cobble streets (hills). A half an hour later I was getting grouchy because I guess I hadn't picked the best outfit for the treck (jacket, boots, and shorts that were wayyy too short). I was hot and tired and I felt like my shoulder was going to fall off which was unfortunate because the views of ...
... San Ildefonso
Of all the churches we visited during our brief visit to Toledo this was my favourite - the imposing doors, the simple but elegant nave, the gallery and of course the views from the tower. The tower of the iglesia de San Ildefonso is the highest point in the city and so not only provides a magnificent view of the roof tops but also the Cathedral and the Alcßzar.
Mezquita de Cristo de la ...
... to see someone about a ticket. This is unheard of in stations around Europe. Usually they have up to 20 stations for tickets and even if the line is long you can get there in no time. In Madrid they had four people working and only two for advanced tickets. Also Spanish don't wait in line they (like Italians) just go to the nearest person, break into the conversation and ask what they want. The elderly are the worst, they don't ...