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Travel Blogs from San Luis
... on a car. I’d never be the person to buy something way over the top even if I had all the money in the world, but, after having driven a Smart Car, it was far too good to be at the helm of a sleek black little number with an actual engine and some leather and a nice MMI. I excitedly jumped in, hooked my phone up via blue tooth so I could listen to my own music, and made my way the 45 minute or so drive south to Toledo. I arrived around 6pm.
... Los Reyes, a 15th-16th century monastery with an amazing cloister. Finally, we saw inside the tiny Mosque of Cristo de la Luz. The original 10th century mosque has a very small
footprint but was tall and airy, a Christian apse was added later and the only surviving decorations are the fragments of wall paintings on the ceiling. Obviously we also found time for ice-cream breaks too.
... willing and build what's wanted
temples or tables mangers or crosses
and shape them decently
working alone in that firm and profound abstraction
which blots out the bawling of rag-snatchers
To construct with hands knee-weight braced thigh
keeps the back turned from death
But it's too late now for the other carpenter's ...
... dragged into the cage, and the game then continued for everyone else. It turns out even the relative safety of the cages was also in question – there was a cage failure the previous week involving an incorrectly inserted removable steel bar and a large, angry bull.
If that wasn’t enough, the finale (and they obviously didn’t think just plain bull running was dangerous enough) involved attaching flaming metal spikes to the horns of ...
... of the royal palace. It was destroyed in the 18th century during the War of Succession, reconstructed only to be badly damaged a few years later in a fire and rebuilt yet again. The last time the palace was destroyed was during the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War and it was repaired when the War ended. Cathedral of Toledo: Founded in the 1st Century by San Eugenio, the first Bishop of Toledo. It was changed into a mosque by the ...
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