Al Andalus Jerez
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... Spain and temperatures frequently climb above 40 in the summer.
We stopped here for 3 hours to catch the next bus to Jerez and in that brief time we visited the city's amazing square built in 1929. Lots of mosaics, bridges and a moat, all set in a beautiful park.
We also saw the bullring as we drove into the city and that looked impressive as well, and, I think, ...
... of orange blossoms wafting through the air, the excited chatter of friends and family visiting each other, the warmth of the sun, the strong Spanish dialect (much more difficult to understand here in Jerez than where we live in Mijas), even a man serenading on a small electronic keyboard, hoping for a few euros.
Then we headed out to visit the Alcazar (fortress) and the Jerez Cathedral. As you can see by the pictures, there are ...
... come so I just walked a bit in Jerez and decided this must be the end of the road in Spain. Grabbed the next train back to Sevilla and then to Madrid. I'll take another train to Barcelona and see if I can stay over night at the floor ****** hostel. Then head out in the morning for Paris. On the train to Barcelona I watched some dumb Tom Cruise movie. Is it in his contract that he has to be tied to or handcuffed to a chair in every film? By the way, he sounds much better in ...
... and, in general, the fields are greener, with fruit and nut trees more prevalent than further east.
We are happy to spot the iniquitous black bulls - 'Toro de Osbourne' (adverts for the Osbourne brandy de Jerez, here by the Spanish roadsides since the 1960s, and preserved by the wish of the Spanish people when government bureaucrats decreed they should be removed.) We spot eight of them on our journey... none with ...
... the route went through the town because the views were nice and for a fit cyclist it made a scenic ride (going through the town was uphill). We pushed our bikes on the sidewalk daunted by the prospect of riding slowly uphill. We came to another turning climbed on our bikes and started cycling now that the road turned away from town. We followed this for a while and came to another sign that said "Via Verde" and thought that was the turnoff and went down a speedy downhill. Just as ...