Vita Toledo Golf
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... They all came out together, his teacher held his hand, said "adios!" and ushered them all back inside! I was at work when he needed to be picked up at 2. Shane said the teacher told him there was a little bit of a language barrier at first but that he did very well! At recess, the kids played futbol but Nolan said he just wanted to watch. I know it'll take a little but of adjusting as it's a new school with a different routine and no one speaks English ...
Hi! I am Jane. Today we traveled from Salamanca to the historic city of Toledo. This old city was the first capital of Spain before Madrid. For many centuries, Jews, Christians and Muslims coexisted here peacefully. The old buildings reflect the influences of the three cultures, at times all in one building. Toledo was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. Some of the major attractions are Alcazar (fortress from the 16th Century), ...
... The colors, the guild... Just... WOW! I can see why people would come to this place to be "closer to God." It very very impressive. So were the singers (of course)! For just arriving in Europe less than 24 hours before, they sounded pretty snazzy! One thing was a shame... the church had no AC! It was hot. Unbelievably hot, and I just kept thinking there's no possible way that the choir could stand up during the entire mass (usually ...
... a bottle of wine for the party. The very attractive young lady working there couldn’t speak a word of English, so I had to resort to my Jibbigo translator App and that seemed to work.
Back at the hotel I had a short rest and then got cleaned up for the party. I wanted to get a sandwich or something so went out to find out what was open. I met some of the others in the street, and one of them and I eventually found ...
After breakfast in our rooms we set out to see the roman ruins. When we asked about these at the tourist information office and about another public park we got some odd reactions. For a start, they didn't seem very aware of the roman ruins which were marked on the tourist map and when I asked about the gardens I just got a whole lot of information about washrooms. Eventually, I managed to get some information by switching to French, which was better ...