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... br> rough unpaved road to the top of the hill I felt in need of a little siesta in
my rental car before exploring the castle ruins on foot. I had the place
entirely to myself for the two hours or so I spent on top of the hill.
I was quite disappointed with such poor rainy weather on my
day trip to Toledo from Madrid one week earlier. My pictures of the beautiful
historic city are mostly gray and heavily weighted toward interior pictures of
Toledo is a short, 30 minute ride, on the high speed train from Madrid. After some trials and tribulations with the shower and hot water situation as well as the espresso/keurig type machine in the apartment, we gave up and had some Americanos from Starbucks down the block, how touristy of us (oh well it was necessary) and headed to the train station. The train we intended to take was already sold out so we had some toast ...
... out of shops. We saw "El Greco's" painting the "Burial of the Count of Orgaz" at the church of San Tome. We entered the cathedral for a brief peek and, We crossed the bridge of San Martin over the Tagus River. The views were breath-taking from the bridge. The trip was well worth the visit to this quaint city that now has the label as "Nana's ...
... satay. Instead we get this impressive two foot long metal skewer with ckicken, beef, and sausage presented hanging vertically from a truss that is attached to a base the plate sits on. It seems more like something you would get at a Brazilian steak house versus a tapas bar, but it provides us with more than enough protein for the whole family. The bill comes in less than 30 euros so this is probably the most reasonable meal we've had so far.
Sleeping arrangements are ...
... amp;S camera.
The bus ride to Toledo only took about an hour. We stopped outside of town and transferred our luggage to a Van, as the Bus wouldn't be able to get into the narrow streets of the town. On our walk to the hotel, the Guide provided a short “orientation lesson”, just like that provided on the fully guided tours. It was on the way to the hotel, so it wasn’t really an “extra”.