Vita Toledo Golf
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... White with terra cotta coloured roofs but Toledo the whole city is a sandstone colour, Very different charming little place. W e all did a bit of shopping for last minute gifts. I bought a lovely decorative clock,don't know where it will fit but I'll find somewhere for it. We had a lovely final meal with our travelling companions and our tour leader Darren, and enjoyed pre dinner drinks on the terrace People took lots of photos and we had a group photo ...
... made better by a night-time countryside and empty stations whizzing past.
Sleep came quickly after the Barrio Alto party night, as did the pre-dawn waking call for breakfast. Back from which, we sorted the cabin for seating and turned out the light to see the day awaken as we came into Madrid.
There there was a transit between Charmartin and Attocha, two of Madrid's railway stations, and again we walked onto a station and ...
... Hebrew inscriptions, Arabic inscriptions and the arches seen in mosques. You name it, its got it! Once the Jews were expelled from the city the synagogue was converted to a church. It has also been used as military headquarters during the Napoleonic war and eventually became a museum. The museum was not as good as it could have been for us due to the lack of any English descriptions. We did not get as much out of it as we had hoped.
... to Toledo for a second day. Our first destination was, of course, lunch. (This is highly expected out of us Neigers, always.) We found this tiny restaurant in one of the many small streets of the town for a rich lunch. We drank wine and ate all sorts of wonderful Spanish delicacies, such as paella, sopas (soups), in addition to finely cooked meats (pork, beef, chicken). Muy deliciosos!
... famous Greco painting 'El Entierro del Conde Orgaz" or the Burial of Count of Orgaz. This is one of the most famous paintings of el Greco, and one that we also studied very in depth in high school. I tried to illegally snap a picture but I wasn't able to. I stood staring at the painting in awe for at least five minutes. The colors that Greco used were still so vibrant, even after hundreds of years. Our tour guide also gave us an analysis of the painting, very similar to the one that ...