Aparthotel Novo Sancti Petri
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... We got the more expensive of their two olorosos, and the amontillado was also more expensive, but together it still came to only 9 euros, and in order to chose he gave us three glasses to try, which cost a euro each in the bars. So less than 7 pounds for nearly 2 litres of sherry ( and three glasses). The standard oloroso is just 3 euros a litre. I could get to like it ...
Hokay so here's the earth... Tomorrow we go into Morocco and I have oodles of homework to do but I decided to write this instead because if I don’t do it now then I’ll definitely not do it ever. We had two days in Spain and they were super fun and stuff so read on my faithful bloggies, blogettes, and blogaroos. Also it's late so I'm not proofreading this and I hope that doesn't backfire. Meow.
DAY #1:Today I spent mostly with Jess and ...
... into you.
A little history about Cadiz: During Napoleon's French invasion, Cadiz was the only city in Spain that was not conquered. It was the starting point for the reacquisition of Spain from France. It is where the great Spanish Fleet was kept and was the main port for exploration during the time of Cristóbal Colón (known in the U.S. as Christopher Columbus - yes they changed his name in the history books, but I have found that they do that in every language).
... planned that way, others not so much. Our longest day so far had been 77 miles from Carrión de Los Condes to Tordesillas. But we'd saved the longest til last. Our last day in Spain would be 84 miles from Seville to Cádiz; the longest either of us had ever ridden. But we knew we were going down to the coast so there would be no hills, right? Riiight? By now Chris and I were getting the hang of this early start malarkey and managed to scrape ourselves out of ...
... item they carry, all wrapped in thick heavy cardboard/paper.
Our (my) tummies were set until lunch at 1 PM. Time for more strolling, more photos, setting on wet park benches and dodging the occasional rain, and enjoying fleeting shafts of sunlight. The cobbled surfaces of the street, the weathered limestone walls, and iron covered windows and doorways could have been torn from the canvas of an old master painting. Photo ops everywhere! Around 12:30PM ...