Chances are, in another 500 years from now, not much of this town will be left standing… so best snap as much of it as I can while I’m here.
See the green crane ruining my masterpiece of a shot?! There’s always building maintenance work going on. But not nearly enough, as we shall see…
Not quite trusting that balcony…
Welcome to the 13th century. I’m expecting somebody with a horse cart to push past me, hollering, “Bring out your dead!”
For sale! I do hope that line-up of blue pots is included 🙂
This row of buildings looks quite tidy and as if (at least some) building regulations have been adhered to
Steep or what?! The local joke is that you can always tell a Toledanian woman from a visitor by how firm her butt is from having to go up and down these inclines every day. Each and every one of my guests has complained about sore thighs, calves, and behinds. One of my London pals, who’s been here three times now, calls it “toleditis”.
And there’s people afraid to walk under ladders…!
For some stunning views of Toledo, click here.
Photographs of its two amazing historic bridges are here and here.