Hotel Conquista De Toledo
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- Multilingual staff
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... into town to have dessert and coffee. This wasn't even offered at the restuarant we had just left.
On on our last morning in Toledo, we toured the Santa Cruz Musuem in town where there was an exhibit of El Greco artwork. It was a very impressive exhibit and complemented the work that we has seen previously in the house where the artist had lived. At midday, we left the hotel in light rain, caught the bus to the train station ...
... thought we had spent enough time in church. We found the town square of Toledo where two of the three restaurants on the plaza were American fast food, Burger King, and McDonalds (McCafe in Spain).
We were quite fortunate to navigate our way to the parking garage we had left earlier in the day. We were in no hurry as the entrance sign set "Libre" which I believe means "free". Susan pulled the Audi up to the ticket machine but the gate refused to ...
... probably don't do it justice but you be the judge.
All in all, it was a day well spent.
We then spent the rest of the day in town shopping and having a good look around...or rather, Tanya and Jacinta and the girls were shopping while Des and Bob stood around babe watching...I mean, baby sitting Keegie and Harley.
Then we went out for a quick dinner of Jamon Serrano which consisted of thinly sliced cured harm served in a baguette. There is ...
... or directly beneath. Tthe new one sits high and proud, with a precipitous drop of tarmac and crushed stone to the earlier level, making it impossible ever to turn off. Even the old cast-off bends which would make ideal lay-byes are inaccessible because of the drop. So most of the roads are like railway tracks, brilliantly smooth but impossible to leave.
The site at Toledo proved to be just a mile from the old city, a ...
... be very stimulating, new things every day to see and think about.
We wandered on, refreshed, back through the city to Plaza de Zocodover and then down around the city to rest in the late afternoon. After reading, a siesta is easy in this place.
In the evening, we rallied ourselves to walk the long way to Plaza de Zocodover and saw that the Saturday night was in full swing. The Plaza and the streets were crowded, teeming ...