Hotel Conquista De Toledo
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- Multilingual staff
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... iglesia tenía el mayor impacto para mí en este viaje porque contenía una gran cantidad de significado personal, pura belleza y gran detalle que me hizo llorar ya que me sentía tan abrumada con todo lo que podían ver. Después de la Catedral, fuimos al Monasterio que estuve fundado en 1476 después de victoria sobre los portugueses como el lugar del entierro de los Reyes Católicos y sus descendientes. La arquitectura gótica tardía ...
... periodically with ruins of castles. We passed lakes and reservoirs, and the sun was out (as it was most of the day).
Once in Toledo, we found the hotel and again left our car for valet parking (hurray!) as the parking lot was full. We caught up on email, then walked to find a restaurant (Orza) which we had read about online. Charming atmosphere, great service, good food. We stayed until after 11pm, enjoying our conversation. Then, back to the hotel, read/email/journal and ...
... had 3 of by the end. Shared
between us two, Rod and Dave. Briony head off to bed after the second fishbowl.
I walked her upstairs and we played on the swings inside the hostel 2nd
floor foyer. I wish I had of just walked into the bed with her but instead I
went back down and took on another fishbowl……. The end result wasn’t too bad on
the night but the next day….. well that’s another story.
... circuitously on our return, window shopping. Swords are a big thing here, loads of shops with swords covering the walls and display cabinets full of knives. Metalworking is traditional, we discover, in particular Damascene work, a form of inlay originally in precious metal, but now the intricate, Islamic patterns are set off against a dark ground. We also found a fridge magnet for the collection and bought an etching of an old doorway. We had already ...
... chancel has a 16th century altar from the former Santa Cruz Hospital by sculptor Felipe Bigarny and painter Francisco de Comontes, which depicts scenes from the Passion and the Resurrection, as well as two scenes of the Santa Cruz legend.
A number of countries lay claim to the invention of marzipan. The Spanish claim that it was invented by the nuns of the Convent of San Clemente in Toledo when ...