Carabela Beach & Golf Hotel
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We arrived here in the small regional city of Jerez de la Frontera a couple of days ago. Jerez is known for its sherry production industry and Andalusian dancing horses. We're renting the most amazing loft-style apartment in a converted bodega where they used to produce sherry. This is the first town we have come across where the impact of the dire economic situation and the austerity measures here in Spain are visible and obvious. For example, the owner of this ...
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 ...
... floor of the train and extending our bodies towards the tidy grape bushels, with friends holding onto our feet in order to keep us from falling off. My friends El and Max never cease to entertain the rest of us, so after the train, they saw a huge golf cart and decided it would be a great idea to hop in it and take it for a spin. After struggling to turn the cart on for a couple of seconds, it lurched forward and rammed into the concrete wall in front of us. Nice one guys. ...
This fine Saturday morning Me, Kate, Kaleigh, Nora, Teresa, Andy, Dale and Emma took a bus to a beach an hour and fifteen minutes from Sevilla. It was nice to finally just relax and spend time on a real beach and go swimming in the cold water and play in the waves... I love the beach. It is a necessity in my life, I've decided. ...
We got up really early (for us vacationers). It was about 8:15am. We decided we would drive 2 hours to a city called Jerez de la Frontera to see the famous dancing horses of Jerez. The tour guide said it was worth the drive... We arrived to another city. Not as big as Seville, but a city nonetheless. Shae was super excited to see the dancing horses. The show started at noon and lasted 1.5 hours. Shae lasted about 20 minutes - which was pretty good for ...