Aparthotel El Rocio
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... the tourist office to see if there was a show that day (usually only two shows per week) and they had sent a very unhelpful reply. The website had no indication that there was a show and wanted us to book a ticket for next month. When we arrived there were large banners from the light poles advertising the horse school but not a single hint on how to get there. We had researched and ...
... br> There was unbroken sunshine all day and the morning’s nice breeze turned into a hot wind, so I gave up on the track took my life in my hands to cross he railway and had a long stretch of road. Then there was a sign saying 'Las Cabezas de San Juan 4’. I made it, but only just.
The welcome to Las Cabezas is a notice from the Councli banning travelling salesmen. I was directed to a hostal, from where I was directed across the road to a similar establishment. ...
... we finally found ourselves a lovely local restaurant with a 10Euro menu of the day. The man man/owner was exceptionally welcoming and we found ourselves seated amongst walls of wine and sherry. A group of 4 local men were enjoying their lunch and when they left the barman retrieved 6 bottles of sherry from their table – a good lunch indeed!
Kim got to try a local specialty – gazpacheco – cold tomato ...
Since in Spain I've been drinking a lot of wine! Go figure right? It is something that is really customary here with meals and tapas and I've actually taken a liking to having a glass of "tinto de verano con naranja" which is a summer red wine with orange with my meals or even when we go out. But today we went to Gonzalez Byass Botega and Winery! We took an ...
... of March. That was an eventful and memorable trip, with both its challenges and highlights. But after that trip, I realized how even 5 days away from Spain hurts my language growth, so I narrowed my focus to Spain after that. I traveled around Andalucia with trips to Cordoba, Cadiz, Malaga, Marbella, Jerez, Huelva, El Rocio, and Matalascanas, as well as exploring Sevilla. There were two big week long holidays that happened in April: Semana Santa and Feria. Collin had ...
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