The “Callejon” of Toledo

“In the end, we only regret the things we haven’t done. Just do it.” – Happy Pill #12

Callejón is a Spanish term for alley, alleyway, passage, passageway or backstreet

Toledo in Spain has lots of narrow cobblestone streets, narrow stairs, winding streets, restaurants in narrow lane ways. The streets are such a photographer’s delight, capturing the beauty and uniqueness of this little city.

It was September when we went to Toledo and it was just such a pleasant experience having the streets all to ourselves.

This is for citysonnets’ November Photo a Day Challenge, November 19: Toledo’s Narrow Streets

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Hannah Keene says:

    Beautiful shots of alleyways and narrow streets, T.

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    1. TCast says:

      Thanks for the comment, Hannah.

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      1. Hannah Keene says:

        You are most welcome!

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  2. lolaWi says:

    oh what a lovely post! i went crazy taking pictures of the charming alleys during my last visit in Toledo. i won’t be surprised if i captured the same alley as yours 🙂 🙂 thank you! 🙂

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    1. TCast says:

      Well these alleyways are for all to admire, Wi. I can look at them over and over…but it would be better if I am really there 🙄. Awwww take me back.

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  3. Sue says:

    Love that last one, inviting me to explore

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    1. TCast says:

      After a day of walking, those steps were so hard to climb in the end haha

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      1. Sue says:

        I can believe that!

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  4. Irene says:

    Wonderful callejones. 😊

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  5. Dan Antion says:

    I love the narrow alleys. I think I like the one with the steps the best. It shows how they used all the land they could.

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    1. TCast says:

      So pretty but hard on the feet. Thanks Dan for the comment.

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