Driving to the hotel through the endless twists of the local roads, you will be Sancho Panza roaming the nearby fields on a donkey; arriving at the hotel you will be Don Quixote entering the inn, about to meet your Dulcinea: the stunning view of Toledo from the Parador's patio will make you fall in love with a city, whose labyrinths and earthen shapes will enchant you from a distance.
The ancient tile, brick and wood of the building will inspire your senses, and entering the room will remind you that Don Quixote, and this hotel, lived 500 years ago. But the modern, functional room fixtures, lacking inspiration, will allow you to pass your nights and days in comfort. The pool will allow you to swim, and the city view from the water will allow you to dream. But beware of the wasps.
The restaurant menu features dishes you read in Cervante's pages, some simple and worthy of a peasant, some rich and worthy of a king. When you have dinner on the patio, if you look towards the burning sunset, you may just be able to recognize, somewhere in the horizon, riding side by side, a man with a joust on a horse, and a man with a belly on his donkey.More
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