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Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections Chapter Summary & Analysis - Toledo Summary

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Toledo Summary and Analysis

When the narrator first gets to Toledo, he is completely turned off by the city and says that anyone that even thinks of spending the night there is completely crazy. It is noisy, the hotel workers are rude, and the accommodations inhospitable. The food is horrible.

He first goes to a restaurant and orders from the regular menu. When he sees that there is tourist menu, which the government has created just for tourists to get a special deal on food and wine, he wants to take his order back and order from that menu. The waiter tells him it is impossible to do so because he has already written it down. When he speaks to management, they tell him the same thing. It is impossible because it is already written down. He decides to leave and eat at a different place. When he orders...

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