Hotel San Juan de los Reyes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Juan de los Reyes Toledo
Beautiful room, great location and wonderful staff.
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After touring Segovia in the morning, we travelled to Avila and then made our way to Toledo, driving through the Castillo La Mancha region of Spain. The scenery is typical spaghetti western territory and quite interesting. We didn't stay very long in Avila. We walked along the outside wall of this incredible fortress and toured the inside, but we …
... yards from the hotel (Hotel Sol).
Next morning, Sunday , we toured the city beginning with the El Greco museum and residence. This painter was not that well known while he was alive, but his paintings, especially of Jesus, Mary and the apostles are now very well known and his style of painting has been copied by many others. In the afternoon we toured the Toledo cathedral, a magnificent structure encompassing four different ...
... we had upgraded to an Audi A3 Diesel with automatic transmission and were eager to see if Ms Garmin could find our way to Toledo.
In less time than it took to rent the car, we were winding our way around the walls of the historic and picturesque city of Toledo located on the Tagus River. The ancient walls encircle the old part of the where Romans built a fortress on the site. In the Middle Ages, Christians, Muslims, and Jews co-existed ...
Ok, before we set out on this trip, we made a promise that we wouldn't bore you with details about castle after castle, museum after museum. Today is no exception, but I really need to tell you about Toledo.
We took a day tour out to Toledo and it turned out to be a most enjoyable day out. It was an hour's drive out of Madrid across the La Mancha plains, made famous by Don Quixote. For a start, it was different: a walking tour rather than sitting on a bus being ...
... We wandered into a convent where one of the nuns didn't seem to know what we were talking about, but explained that in her convent they ran a daycare for young children. Also in the small open part of this convent, we met a man from India who had lived in Toledo for 8 years. He was getting water from the nuns and said he'd be happy to show us where the convent was that sold Mazapan. He walked us a little way and then gave ...