Day 4 included the Toledo city tour, and the drive through La Mancha to Granada. We stop the bus on the hillside above the city, so you can get the grand view.
To the left...
...and to the right. Like a lot of fortress cities, it is built on an oxbow in the river to give protection on that side, and then the walls only need to be built on the landward side.
The old capital building.
They are starting to get set up for Christmas lighting here as well.
Around the cute little streets and shops still in operation in the city.
The St. Tome Church, with a facade designed by El Greco.
On to the Synagogue de Santa Maria de Blanca, the oldest synagogue still standing. Toledo is known for its testament to Jews, Muslims, and Christians all living together in peace.
Here we have the Christian cross with the Moorish architecture, and hidden in one of the stuccos is a Star of David.
There's a great picture in here by El Greco, but you're not allowed to take photographs of it. They say it is the largest oil on canvas ever.
Here are some of the windmills that he tilted at. I doubt they are still in use, but they preserve them as part of the legacy.
Me and my buddy Don Quixote.
This looks to be straight out of the set of "Man of La Mancha."