Monday, 3 November 2014

Panoramic Toledo

We left the windmills yesterday drove another 60k to Toledo. It is a beautiful place and the old town is a teardrop shape, that is partially surrounded by a river that wraps round it in a curvy U. I have no idea if that makes any sense, but it is clear as a bell to me.
We walked along a panoramic road that runs on the outside of the U on the opposite side of the river to take the first two photos of the town.
They are supposed to be a montage, with the first pic the left hand view that almost joins up with the right hand view in pic 2.
After our walk around the outside, we then headed into the centre for a very nice wine and tapas lunch, then back to the campsite via an ancient Roman bridge.

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