I would love to find a hotel within the walls of the city and wander around the
empty streets at dawn.
The church of San Roman (now a museum of the Visigoths?) is historically significant
because, even though it was built as a Christian church, it incorporated Arabic figures, in the style of the Cordoba mosque,
because this was considered obligatory for even for a Christian place of worship during this period of the three great cultures
of Spain living side-by-side. See Menocal, María Rosa,The Ornament of the World: How Muslims, Jews, and Christians
Created a Culture of Tolerance in Medieval Spain. Little, Brown and Company, 2002.
I also would like to see the Museo de Santa Cruz, Taller del Moro (tile museum), Santiago del Arrabal
church and Hospital de Cardinal Tavera (Museum of the Duchess of Lerma).