Vita Toledo Golf
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... br> ready to just make a couple quick stops at those either in direct route or
described as especially significant.
One of those stops was the small town of Orgaz where I had
lunch. Orgaz is quite a nice small town for these parts (many in La Mancha aren’t
that attractive) and is known because of El Greco’s most famous painting, The
Burial of the Count of Orgaz, which I saw last week in the church of Santo Tome
in Toledo. Orgaz has lots ...
... for generations to come to talk about. On our way back to the paradores we found another tapas bar, and man was this good. I think we will come home and have a Spanish evening with tapes (and if we finally find paella, maybe paella. We stopped at a super mercado, local supermarket to get a bottle of wine to drink on the patio. The store was small, but they sold everything from a rusted pin to a dead policeman, they even had an o ring. When was the last time you saw an o ring in ...
... it looked, but being me, I started getting flustered in all of the roundabouts. I decided to just pull the trigger and park at the next lot that I passed which was therefore literally the farthest possible point one could park from my hostal.
Thirty uphill minutes later, bag strapped to my back in 40 degree weather and having not eaten since an 8 am breakfast I found my hostal. I booked a hostal here because it was the only thing available in ...
... have been considered demigods in the minds of our tour guides and explain why. Then pick two Spanish Hapsburg's that the tour guides refused to discuss and explain why you think these individuals were avoided like the plague.
2. Toledo has a checkered past, for sure! To the Spanish, Toledo is like Philadelphia is for us - one of the first capitals and something to be very proud of. (It's just a few hundred years older than ...
... br> count them and that kept him busy for hours. There are no Jews living
in the city where thousands of Jews lived for 500 years including many
of the Rishonim (Abravenel) and others. One can see that the Jews were
very successful there years ago. Shlomo pointed out where various Jewish
structures and administrative buildings used to be as well as many sad
stories and the central square where Jews were ...