Aparthotel Novo Sancti Petri
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... Brad’s favourite! A lot of food and wine for about $50.
That evening we watched a bit of "padel", (a combination of squash, tennis and pickle ball), at a recreation centre close to our hotel. It was interesting to watch – not sure how they score but could be a fun game to learn how to play.
Tomorrow we drop off our rental car and hop a train for the much anticipated stay in the beautiful city of ...
We made it to Greece, Bill, Judy and myself. We got in around 5am and I didn't get much sleep on the plane. Needless to say, with it also raining, I decided to hang low and try to sleep last night. Tonight, I am riding a ferry, which is more like a cruise ship, to Athens. ...
... the Spaniards/Christians had reclaimed the country. So Churches became Mosques became Churches but you can still see all the influences. The Seville Cathedral we visited today was built between 1184-1198 as a mosque, consecrated as a cathedral in 1248. Conversion from Mosque to Cathedral occurred between 1434-1928! The cathedral has 49 chapels, if you're wondering how we spent half a day in it!
... reach a middle ground. As I was leaving, I would go and ask about the nightclubs in the area, which we were planning on hitting that night (following an awesome flamenco show... Damn those girls can dance! And the guys clapping,,, man that is some serious skill and timing.) So anyway, back to my beachside melt down... I finally got up, and with a very intense grin of nervous energy went up and said hello. I asked a few questions, and then she invited me to join her. We kept chatting, ...
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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).