Hotel Cigarral el Bosque Toledo
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You can read Spain’s history on the walls and streets of Toledo…
The massive buildings and bridges, the Alcázar, fortifications of any kind telling of the blood shed over the many centuries of its existence. The Romans where the first to see the strategical position of Toletum and started building houses, tempels, roads… …
... non è visitabile e che ospita degli uffici pubblici, infine siamo arrivati alla Cattedrale che è una delle più ricche che io abbia mai visto. Ci è voluto un bel po' di tempo per visitarla tutta ed ammirare le numerose opere d'arte che contiene. Dopo pranzo ci siamo diretti al monastero San Juan des los Reyes, anch'esso bellissimo e poi abbiamo deciso su richiesta dei bimbi, di fare un giro su un ...
... on the adarve (cliff's ledge) that overlooks the valleys and mountains beyond my little pueblo.
On Monday we drove 5 hours north to the charming medieval town of Toledo, just outside Madrid. Touring the cathedral, several churches, and sampling Toledo's famous marzipan was the perfect end to an unforgettable week with Mom.
And for you foodies, here's a list of our gastronomic highlights: churros con chocolate, pan con tomate (bread ...
... coffee in the morning and beers in the afternoon. Spent quite a bit of time just wandering around, getting lost, getting a feel for the city, which is pretty fun in Toledo.
So the town itself. I visited the Roman baths there, which was really funny, its basically excavated from underneath the foundations of this four storey residence. So you head down into the basement and just see these old stone cisterns and walls and stuff. Was really funky, really enjoyable. Apart from ...
The Monsignor, Tyler and I went to Toledo today. Like all of my other trips to Toledo, we parked in the parking garage right by the Alcazar. Again, just like always, we went to our favorite coffee cafe, El Foro de Toledo. It is right on Plaza de Zocodover. Since we had arrived at 09:30, we sat at the cafe and had coffee while we were waiting for everything to open.
The first place we went was to the Museo de Santa Cruz. I told the Monsignor I wanted to take him ...
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