Vita Toledo Golf
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Our wake up call for our 3rd day was at 6am with a 7am breakfast. The goal was to leave Madrid at 8am to make our way to Toledo. However, we were not able to leave at 8am because an ATM machine by the hotel eat Maricarmen's card. The bank opened at 8:15am and we had to wait in order to get it back. Everyone in the tour group was nice enough to agree to leave a little later in order for Maricarmen to get her card back and have money for the trip. I am happy to say that ...
... one sword. We spoke to a sales lady that said her dad still makes swords, and that it took him about a week to complete one. Most swords were dull, which for me was a surprise. I was hoping to see how the swords were made, but we could not find a place that did this. Izak, Clayton and Kevin you can enjoy the photos. The highlight of me was the Toledo cathedral. This cathedral is the 3rd largest in Europe and super impressive. Not just in terms of size and architecture but also ...
... each time. The tour guide was very skilled to be able to so quickly explain everything in two fluent languages.
Toledo is 70km South from Madrid and I slept not if the bus trip as I tend to do in any moving vehicle. It was very fast paced once we arrived. We had to continually follow the guide without any stops to do our own thing. We visited the three man parts of Toledo including ...
... chanting and the reverberations actually gave me goosebumps. I closed my eyes and had to remind myself to breathe. My heart skipped a beat or two and a huge grin graced my face. Suddenly I had an epiphany - "Dude, you're really sitting here in Europe listening to this marvelous choir sing in an unbelievably beautiful and historically significant church." Then, came the tears... Oh, yea! That is one awe-inspiring moment (and feeling) ...
... bridge that it is hard to visualise it’s roman heritage. I had a bit of time left and so visited a museum on the torture methods used in the Spanish Inquisition which was basically all about imposing the Catholic faith on everyone after the conquest of these areas by the Catholic Kings. Only 4 rooms in the museum, but by the end it is all a bit uncomfortable to think that people were subjected to such abuse and denigration, and mostly without a trial. In fact, the ...