Hotel Hospederia De Los Reyes
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... island on which they had trapped Spaniards, and much more. :-)
I had a good lunch, €11 for three courses and a beer.
It started to rain, went back to the apartment to relax a bit. Found info about a spa and massage parlor, went to check it out (getting lost in the maze of zig zagging streets several times), but found it. The only opening for a massage they had ...
... of cold water.
Back in Madrid we dropped into a Museo del Jamon that Sam had recommended and had a plate of ham and manchego and bread. On the way back to the Hostal we dropped into a place a couple of doors up, Casa Mira, Turrones-Mazapanes, and bought some mazapane to eat in our room. Yummy. We noticed that this place claimed to be over 100 years old and sure enough outside the door was a brass plate on the pavement confirming ...
It was an early start, I met Jan in plaza de Espana, so we could catch a taxi together to the bus. The tour group consisted of a variety of students all wanting to see the sights. Most of them were older. Unfortunately it was a 3 and a half hour trip. We had to go past Madrid and most of it was on the road we came up on. We had a toilet stop about 2 hours in. Most people had a wee snooze on the bus. Our first proper stop was at a look out opposite the city. It was an ...
Monday 19th May
Into old Toledo again this morning, by way of the Puento de San Martin and a stiff climb mostly stone steps, to the Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes. On the north wall is a most extraordinary decoration - hundreds of iron shackles hanging in groups, said to have been removed from imprisoned christians during the reconquest of Spain. The Monastery was ravaged by Napoleon's army in 1805 (they seem to have looted, pillaged ...
... is its architectural brilliance, containing elements from Cordoba Islamic art, influences from Gothic architecture, and characteristics built in accordance to Jewish building laws. It a essentially a physical representation of the cultural melting pot that is my beloved hometown. I’m certainly going to miss it and Mamá. I hope God blesses me throughout my journey and that my trip will compare to Papá’s.