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Getting Around Toledo

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We're going to daytrip to Toledo in October while in Madrid. I want to make good use of our time since most of the places we want to see close between 2 and 4 (and we have a five thirty train back to Madrid). After looking at a map of Toledo, I saw that there are 3-4 places in the Jewish quarter that we want to visit and since that is the furthest point from the Plaza de Zocodover, I thought we would start there and work our way back to the cathedral and the Alcazar.
We are planning on taking a taxi from the train station. Does anyone know where it could drop us off so we would be close to the Jewish quarter?
Everyone writes that Toledo is small and walkable. How long would it take to walk from the Jewish quarter to Plaza de Zocodover? (I know that it's hilly and the streets are cobblestone.)
Thanks.

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