Hotel H2 Jerez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Jerez de la Frontera lies a short distance inland from Cadiz
and is actually the most populous city in Cadiz province. It’s one of many
towns in the area with “de la Frontera” in their names dating from the 1200s to
1400s when they were on the frontier between Christian and Muslim lands on the
peninsula. Jerez is said to vie with Seville in terms of being a capital of
Andalusian culture with a concentration of everything considered typical ...
Jerez is a very small town southwest of Madrid. Itīs cool and breezy here in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it gets hot and sunny. The thing to do here is to tour a bodega, or sherry winery. The name Jerez means sherry in English, so thatīs the thing to do. I havenīt gotten to that yet and I leave tomorrow.
When I first got here I got lost. The map was completely useless and it made Jerez look huge. There are also tons of cute little plazas tucked away here and ...
... are sweet. We talked detroit techno and listened to music. The night shift girl came in and after a few minutes I realized she was wearing the hoody I lost there last week! I'll take that thanks! Watched some Electric Six videos with everyone to explain what band I was seein in Paris and then called it a night. Slept with a girl in my room that snored like a freight train but slept so much better here than before. Dorm life. Can't wait to have my own room again. :) Onward to ...
... in the old city on foot and has a wonderful swimming pool,which we use to cool off as soon as we have checked into our lovely room.
While checking in we are surprised to feel a tap on the shoulder and a "Hello M. and N. What in heaven's name are you doing in this part of the world?" Friends from work at home thought they had found a quiet hideaway, well away from the holiday resort plans of neighbours, only to ...
... going to have a hard time readjusting to no beer and Spanish food at midday.
After lunch, we took a little walk to burn off some chocolate cake. The goal was to find the remains of a Roman Aqueduct. As it turns out, the "remains" are not much more than some stones with holes in them, lined up next to each other. So it wasn't that impressive. But the walk felt good.
We spent the rest of the day continuing to toast on the beach ...