Hotel Hospederia De Los Reyes
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On our final day in Madrid we travelled to the small town of Toledo for the morning. Toledo is a very impressive historical , world heritage listed town with beautiful old monuments, churches and buildings. It is set on the top of a hill making the views from the town magnificent. It was a ...
... so she was given me little knowledge nuggets as we walked through the town, which is always cool.
We went to a bar/restaurant called Botero to have a drink. This is where Rodrigo used to work, and Alicia and Vivi used to frequent when they were both in Toledo. It was a cool little bar on the ground floor, and then a nice restaurant on the first floor. We were having our first drink when the owner, Frederik, came in. ...
... the majority of them being students from Syracuse University, and four adults. The primary professor was Alex Medina who was a history professor, who worked with Patricia Espinosa who is an art history professor. Raquel (the housing coordinator) and Professor Benito (a Spanish professor) also accompanied us on our adventure. We drove a couple hours to the first city, the city of Toledo. At first glance, Toledo was a noticeably very ...
I headed off to Toledo, as Miguel had told me it was well worth a visit. An amazing small town filled with far to many tourists. I could swear I was in the UK.
I arrived at a beautiful old train station.
Rami would love this place. Heavily planted fig trees near the building. The gardener ...
... of narrow roads along with the Alcazar reflect a distinct Moorish influence. As small as Toledo, there are two Sinagogas. Nana and I were able to sample one of Toledo's most famous dessert -- marzipan. It is traditionally eaten at Christmas or as a glaze on birthday and wedding cakes. We spent most of our day wandering the cobble stone streets ...