Aparthotel El Rocio
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... St Peter’s in Rome, so we thought it would be crazy not to visit. For the first time, we had to queue, and made it inside after about half an hour. It was very busy inside, there must have been hundreds of people walking around. We dutifully did the tour and saw the tomb of Christopher Columbus and climbed the bell tower, called La Giralda after the bronze weathervane at the top portraying Faith. There is an internal ramp to the top ...
... was ham, chorizo, cheese, potato chips and olives plus two cerveza.
It was good but greasy. Then our evening walk, wondering around the small streets and not knowing were we were. Eventually we found our way home and got a sweet treat. Poor Marty, this diet really doesn't agree with him. I would not be surprised if we came home a few pounds heavier.
Home and to bed. Tomorrow dressage.
We didn't fool around with trying to take the bus we ...
Jerez, the sherry capital of Andalucia and probably all of Spain, is a cute but dirty seaside town about an hour from the ferry across the straight to Africa. It is non descript but offered a decent stop to explore the old quarter and sample some local food. I finally found a leather jacket (I've been looking for one for several years now). It wasn't the smokin' deal I wanted but still on the lower end of all the ones Ive looked at in the past ...
... might go to the train station. Luckily for me, I ended up at the famous train station, called Atocha. I bought a ticket for the next train to Seville and I was on my way.
I got to Seville and woke up from my two-hour nap. I was so anxious to see Matt. I found Matt in the lobby and talked for a while. It was cool to see him in person after only seeing him on Skype and Facebook pics for the past 3 months. ...
... with diced cooked egg and jamon. Very good indeed. I had the tuna salad which was ok. A drink was included and we tried a local semi dulce (sweet) sherry and it tasted very similar to port and we liked it instantly. Kim made sure she got the name of the bottle before we left!
Time for some culture and we headed to the Alcazar which was open – yay!!!! It was an old muslim fort with Hamam, an Olive Oil mill, Mosque ...
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