Hotel San Juan de los Reyes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- 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 …
... round there for a bit we had some time to wander down back to the bus. I managed to wander into a shop where I found a very cool handbag-oops. After refilling the water bottle, I crept down the hill to the bus. We left Toledo at 5.30. It was a long haul home. We didn't get back until 9pm. Michelle and I shared a taxi home. The first thing I did was have a shower as I was so stinking hot. When Marisol came home, I gave her my gifts, she loved the placemats that mum ...
... closed. We ended up meeting two other students who were in our program who were also wondering the streets looking for food. I hate to say it, but my first meal in Spain was chicken McNuggets, french fries, and a smoothie from McDonalds.
We reconvened downstairs at the hotel to have our first lecture of the seminar. The seminars title is Azahar, named after the bitter orange trees that fill the streets of cities in southern Spain. ...
... to see was closed...so, we might just have to return! After shopping at a large super mercado for picnic lunch food, we drove to Toledo. As we left Avila, we saw familiar Camino arrows, signs, and shells...we were delighted to realize we were on the Camino, once again! The terrain took another change as we progressed. It became rockier and more barren. We crossed a beautiful Rosarita Reservoir and ruins of many ...
... in the Netherlands before this weekend excursion- and two of them were riding Clydesdale's) there are a ton of cops in Spain. It seriously seemed like there were two cops on every street corner armed with M-4s. When I asked why there were so many cops, I was told that they keep the peace. Kinda seems like a false sense of peace to me...
The metro was as efficient as ever - and as cheap! Got there with time to spare so I ...