Hotel Conquista De Toledo
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... 3 pm we had a little bit of free/lunch time. We ate the lunch that Montse packed us then sat down at a table to have a soda and talk. After that we walked to one of the stores and I bought a postcard and a magnet. By then it was four and we had one last stop on our tour, it was the synagogue. Pretty neat. The pictures explain everything! by 5:30 pm we were ready to take the bus home. When we got home, Montse was preparing dinner. ...
... 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 ...
... such as swords- which they are famous for.
We made it back to the buses after some trouble getting back down the hill when
we were done. The bus ride home was about 45 mins and we took the metro all the
way back to our side of Madrid. I even experienced riding the metro by myself
since John and Cater had to get off before me. Although I got slightly lost
when I got off at the wrong stop and started going in the wrong direction, it
all worked out and it required me to ...