Hotel Hospederia De Los Reyes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... coincided with the approximately ten minutes of sunshine over the entire
When in Toledo I decided to try some of the city’s
specialties for lunch including Croquetas de Venao (Venison Croquettes) and
Perdiz a la Toledana (Toledo Style Roasted Partridge). The croquettes weren’t
especially noteworthy. The partridge was also more interesting as a novelty
meat than it was especially delectable.
... belfry tower to see what I think is the largest bell in Spain. The cathedral included a museum that was mainly filled with religious art but also contained four silver sculptures from 1695 of a goddess sitting on a globe showing one of the four known continents on the world at the time. I gave a mental cheer when I looked at the Americas one and saw the names of both Guayaquil and Quito carved into the correct places in the space where the country Ecuador would later ...
... Cathedral way up on the hill. I have to admit I was really quite excited at the thought of what lay ahead, as I followed the crowds to a local bus stop. There was no way that I was going to walk a couple of Kilometres up a very steep hill, when for $2 a local bus would take me to the main square on top of the hill. We passed some impressive sights on the way up, so I thought I might walk down the hill on the way back to get some photos.
The first thing to see on the top of the ...
... exists through out Toledo.
After the lecture, we had a lovely three course dinner that was served to us by the hotel. The first course consisted of a salad and for the main course we had some kind of pasta I believe. My hopes were high for dessert when I saw them bring out plates, but it was very odd for me when they placed a whole apple on my plate. Having a whole apple served to us on a plate for dessert became the joke of the night.
... uninspiring suburbs, we stopped for a quick breakfast at a café in a seemingly abandoned town, before we reached the town of Toledo at around about 1:45PM. Toledo is a town famous for being the visigothic capital of Spain, and a city where Muslims, Jews and Christians lived together in the city between 1085 and 1492. The city itself has lots to see, lots to do and lots to enjoy, with the Tajo river running around most of the city's perimeter.
We parked our car in ...