Aparthotel Novo Sancti Petri
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Taking a break from all the religion. How about some fish market photos? Unbelievable shrimp and here I am with no way to cook them. Had lunch there today and going back in a few minutes, the problem is trying to find a way to avoid the processions. They go right where I ...
... day is Cadiz, in the province of Seville in the southern tip of Spain. It still faces the Atlantic Ocean. What a most beautiful place and we fell in love with this most gorgeous city. Again we toured in the old town and it is very close to the port so we got around on foot for the entire day. We walked around the outskirts of the old town and were impressed with the beauty of the gardens, the consistently clean streets and parks that seem synonymous with Spain, the bronzed ...
... like an island, although it is really a peninsula. Free roaming parrots, plenty of sidewalk cafes, motorbikes, and too many sea lice populate the small city. The town offers an endless sea walk along its shores, parks and piazzas along with the numerous churches and more Roman ruins. It is a shame those Romans had to ruin everything.
The sun returned in the afternoon and a brilliant blue sky provided a nice ...
... swirls that were demanded to capture the flamenco dresses and big hair we saw last night! Every town has a Roma-Maria spring festival in which the townfolk groom both themselves and their horses and then gypsy wedding style parade into the country for a massive picnic and beery party! Algondanales hosted at least 50 horses and hundreds of parading beauties in the village and we were lucky enough to have ring side seats in our favourite cafe and meet some lovely friends of Liz and ...
... rodeos in the States, I had a different idea of how these fights went down. Basically, there are younger matador-looking guys that tire the bull out by making him run around the ring. They reminded me of rodeo clowns because even after the matador entered, they still dove in to make sure the bull was distracted in case the main matador had a mistep. Once the bull was thoroughly irritated the matador ...