Today we were able to spend a full day touring Toledo! The morning began with the choir singing at the Church of Santa Fe. There was a celebration of the renowned Spanish Renaissance artist, El Greco, going on and their concert was a part of the festivities. After the concert we were given some free time to eat lunch and shop. The afternoon consisted of a walking tour of Toledo where we were able to learn morn information about the Toledo Cathedral we visited yesterday. Another stop of the tour was visiting the Iglesia de Santo Tome where El Greco's masterpiece The Burial of the Count of Orgaz is located. After the tour concluded we took a beautiful walk to our buses which led us over a bridge looking over the river which surrounds the city. Before heading back to the hotel for dinner we made on last stop to see where Damascene jewelry is made. Toledo is the world's largest center of production of this jewelry, the art of decorating non-precious metals with gold. This style of production originates from work done in Damascus, Syria and was a practice brought to Spain by the Arabs. I was lucky enough to be able to see an artisan creating these beautiful pieces and purchase a necklace for myself!