Hotel Can Talaias
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... and it is hilly, always up. We next visit Sinagoga Santa Maria La Blanca in the Jewish quarter. Originally built by the Moors it is all arabesque with huge arched pillars, all plastered white. Next we continue uphill to the Visygoth museum. Housed in an interesting arabesque building are antique stonework, building tools, hardware and even coins. It is very interesting but there is no english descriptionsof the exhibits so we dont get the most out of the museum. As ...
... to spit up, we attempted to go in search of the missing 5. Luckily we caught up for lunch at a restaurant called Venta de Aires at the bottom of the old city. We had a four course meal and spoiled ourselves silly with Toledo delicacies, laughter, and wine. The steak was questionable, but the few who ate it are still alive! After lunch we made it back up the ...
... the Arabs during the Reconquest. The
castle served as a convent (monastery) from its foundation in the 1200s to
around 1800 when it was abandoned. Calatrava Nueva is another one of Spain’s
nearly ideal castle ruins, one with great views of the hilly countryside all
My last stop for the day was in Almagro, one of the area’s
prettier towns that’s known as the theater center of Spain and home to its
... century is the oldest still standing in Spain, and is one thing worth visiting in this town. The weather in Almagro was forecasted to be cool but fine, with a top temperature of 21 degrees expected.
I woke at around 8:30 after a terrible night's sleep, which caused me to wake up feeling tired and with a rather bad headache and tummy ache. I sat in front of the TV for a while waiting for the rest of my family to awake, and when ...
Had to pop in here for a look - was open from 5pm on Sunday's after their long lunch. Had drink and Tapas in the unusual square while we waited for opening time
Theatre best described as a rectangular Globe - about the size of the watermill in Newbury. Open air - with the obligatory shades over the roof space.