Itaca Hotel Jerez
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TravelPod Member ReviewsItaca Hotel Jerez Jerez De La Frontera
Great hotel in really nice location would recommend any to stay there
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... being used. Half the country (mostly in the north) wants bullfighting banned and the other half (the south) want it kept.
About 4.14pm we boarded the next bus to Jerez, a 75 minute trip. The first thing that greeted us was a huge concrete Mr Michelin man (though not as big as in Ghostbusters) standing in the first roundabout. The next roundabout had brightly coloured ...
... that have been preserved for future generations to enjoy, and like us, learn about our "ancient history".
We decided to take a different route home to Mijas, rather than the major highway we'd followed along the coast earlier in the day. First of all, we saw acres and acres of agricultural land, planted with grain and corn, herds of cows and goats and sheep. We were so surprised because up to now, all we've experienced in Spain ...
... some tea because I'm starting to cough. Here we freaking go again. :( must get better! I have Nick Cave in Bologna at the end of the week an I'm really hoping to go to Florence. Glad I'll be in Paris for a few days to rest up and medicate if need be. Got into Barcelona and took the metro back to the hostel I stayed at last week. When I checked in a guy told me that I was lucky to have missed the kiwis that were stayin there the weekend and got kicked out. I guess they brought ...
... lettering visible. As we come closer to Jerez, we spot a different type of sign by the roadside.... a cheerful looking red and black man with a guitar. We are puzzled about what he represents, but later discover he is the 'Tio Pepe' man, advertising the Tio Pepe sherry Bodegas.
I have used Google maps to find directions to our hotels. Unfortunately, I have had sim card problems with my phone in Spain, so resort ...
... about to join the Via Verde Ron realized that we had turned onto the Via Verde too soon, that hadn't actually been the proper turning. I knew that the end result must be the same though, since the Via Verde runs from Olvera to Puerto Serrano (where we were headed) and we were headed away from Olvera so it must be the right way. Also, if we went back and followed the route on the route cards we'd have to climb back up the hill we'd just sped down. I started cycling down the ...