Hotel H2 Jerez
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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... the crowd waiting to board.
The time passed surprisingly quickly as we settled in to munch our way through a large back of crisps and sweets reading and chatting as the train rumbled across Spain. I love to travel like this watching the landscape slide past the window. First we headed down the coast through Tarragona and then inland to Valencia. The ...
... calm, said that things were ok, that I could leave when I needed
to (we decided on tomorrow morning). The mother’s favorite line is “it’s no
problem”, which she said also when I inquired the other day about the wrist she
had just injured. Who knows how much is
getting lost in translation. But the important thing is that I am moving
along. Now I am looking for housing in
Seville, and looking forward to the next chapter!
Jerez de la Frontera is traditionally known as THE capital of sherry production in the world. As I like sherry, it was a good destination for a day's outing. We found so much more there that we couldn't take it all in, in one day.
Historically, Jerez's proximity to the Atlantic Ocean has made it a very attractive place for many cultures, including the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Muslims, the Jews, and then taken by the Christian ...
... two families generously invited us to share their tapas and, through broken Spanish on our part, we were able to spend a fun afternoon together at the flamenco bar!
Besides flamenco, we spent much of our week in Jerez going to the Royal Andalucian Equestrian School. Probably the best riders and trainers of Spanish horses attend this prestigious school and parts of it are open for public viewing. We went to see the dressage show, ...
... well known for housing a large "camera obscura" in it's main tower. Camera obscura is Latin for "darkened chamber room," but literally translates in Spanish to "dark camera." It is essentially a glorified periscope using mirrors to project images onto a large, white concave stone. It allows you to see a 360 degree panorama of the surrounding landscape with incredible high definition. By changing ...