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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... 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 ...
... guitarist and singer arrive at the restaurant. They are street entertainers who just turn up at restaurants and do their thing. These two were the best such entertainers we have seen and everyone else seemed to agree because every table gave them money and there must have been 50 or more tables. That made up for no flamenco show tonight. I did think of getting up to be the dancer, but I had just eaten.
Jerez de la Frontera is famous for the production of sherry and for the Equestrian School of Art. We stayed at the Hotel Exe Guadalete which is just out of the centre towards the equestrian school. The hotel was nice enough with a decent pool.
Arriving on a Sunday we found that many things were closed so our afternoon was spent wandering around viewing things from the outside including the rather impressive Alcazar. We stopped off for tapas at a place with ...
... they didn't open till 830pm! It was going to be a late night!!
After wandering through the old town and past the cathedral, we decided to get some dinner and picked a place that was completely empty (which is not normally one of Tony's rules "must not be empty and must not sit on garden furniture"! Despite this bad omen and overlooking the entrance to the hospital, the food was lovely - Nic had Andalusian chicken which had Moroccan flavours and ...
... ring road, we arrive back where we started off after the meal... near the cathedral. We are lucky to spot a taxi and grateful to the driver who takes us back to our hotel on the other side of the city for a reasonable fare.
I loved our short time in Jerez and we have put it on our 'return' list... (which gets longer every year). Next time we will stay longer and visit a Bodega or two.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center