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It was a relatively short drive to Jerez via Servilla which Tony was looking forward to as it was his dream to retire around this area (I'm not sure how much retired he can be!).
After checking in our hotel in the middle of town, we wandered around to get our bearings. We tried to get a beer but in the first place, they ignored us and …
... see it from our hostal) and collect my boarding pass. I had a few hours to kill in Cádiz so explored a little and took lots of pictures, before joining the long queue to board the ferry. After much confusion, I was eventually shuffled to the very front of the queue, ahead of the motorbikes and the cars. The only bike on the ferry, and I was even allowed to ride up the ramp into the garage. Once settled, I strapped in for the long 3-day trip to La Palma... ...coming ...
... guitarist and singer arrive at the restaurant. They are street entertainers who just turn up at restaurants and do their thing. These two were the best such entertainers we have seen and everyone else seemed to agree because every table gave them money and there must have been 50 or more tables. That made up for no flamenco show tonight. I did think of getting up to be the dancer, but I had just eaten.
... in drier sherries but our tasting involved 4 types getting sweeter; I particularly enjoyed the drier 2, Fraser enjoyed the sweeter 2. It was a very interesting tour and we were both a bit tipsy by the end of the tasting, highly recommended.
We tried to go into the Equestrian Art School grounds after the bodega tour but it was just closing at 13.30, not 14.00 as stated on the website, so we missed out on that which was disappointing. We then headed off to ...
The region of Andalucia is well-known for its love of horses. I had booked my tickets well in advance for an aways sold out horse show by the famous Real Escuela de Arte Equestre in Jerez de la Frontera (an hour away from Sevilla). I thought the show was at 8pm but stressfully found out in the morning that it was actually at noon. A taxi to Sevilla Santa Justa station and a taxi from Jerez de la Frontera station meant that I made it JUST on ...
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Great hotel in really nice location would recommend any to stay there
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