Vita Toledo Golf
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... was required and we grab a taxi to the station. We arrive back at Atocha at 4 pm, it is 2.9 km back to the hotel so we decided it is best to walk to see some more of beautiful Madrid. Of course, coffee and cake undo any benefit of the walk. We arrive back at our hotel to rest up for dinner. Spanish restaurants do not serve food until after 8, only drinks until then.. Caught up with John n Joy and Brian n Gail (fellow Bunnik tourees) for pleasant paella n tapas ...
... In true fashion we decided not to eat in a touristy place and left Avila with the plan to stop in a small town for lunch. This is where the fun started, after parking in a little back street we walked to the main road to find a restaurant. Coming around the corner we saw about 30 large pans on cookers, my first idea was, wow we found paella. On closer inspection it looked like a cook off of sorts. We realized it was not pealla but really large ...
... 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 Alcázar.
Mezquita de Cristo de la ...
... 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 ...
... at Dunkin Donuts. I know... shame on me. It was gross. I was disappointed.
Met up with Zola and Carolyn and the Camerata Singers and we headed on the bus to their first practice. Their first practice was actually for Sunday mass at Iglesia de San Antonio de los Alemanes. We walked through a pretty shady part of town to get to the church... It turned out (after researching the area) that this was considered the red ...