Imperial Hotel Toledo
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... and almond), a delicacy which nuns used to make. A group of us just grabbed something quick at Burger King since we only had 45 minutes and Spanish lunch is usually a leisurely paced meal at restaurants and all of the plaza cafes were full. We took a two hour walking tour up and down the hilly and winding cobblestone streets of Toledo. It was the first capital of Spain and is proud of its multicultural heritage. We visited a ...
... the day !! Yah Oh and lucky me found 3 four leaf clovers, just while chilling in the shade of some big ol oak trees !! Hadn't realized that I was to return back to Madrid after the half day tour to join another ..but hey they throw in this amazing three course lunch ...so I had to throw in a couple of vino rosso to wash it all down ...and then 3 pm I'm off again and holly Toledo what an amazing little ...
We went to Toledo! We had to get up around 5:45 am to get ready and take a taxi. Montse packed us a sandwich for lunch and fruit. Around 6:30 we took a taxi to Sam and Jackie's house and then to go to the bus. The ride to Toledo was a little over three hours to the south of Salamanca. When we got there, it was beautiful. Lots of hills though and lots of traffic circles as well. We hopped off the bus and started walking over the ...
... Jewish and Christian origin in coexistence.
We saw Christian churches that were once mosques, and a synagogue with a Christian name. An amazing juxtaposition of different religions and architectural styles.
The town itself is nothing short of spectacular. On one side is a river which forms a natural barrier into the city. The only way across this is across St Martin's bridge, built in the 1300s. Just like in the movies, you can just imagine a ...
... the bus to Toldeo was actually in a different station. By the time
we found everyone else, went back on the metro to a different station, and
waited for our bus we left Madrid at about 2:30, but atleast we made it happen.
Tamar was really sick today and im not really sure what happened, I think it
was a combination of too much vino and exhaustion. The bus to toldeo was around
1 hour and as we approached it we realized how incredible it was. Toledo used
to be the capital ...