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... my day right: have a traditional breakfast of churros (funnel cake) and hot chocolate along with locals and cheerful bartender ladies wearing santa claus hats--joking and flirting with the customers. Nice to see some pre-dawn holiday cheer! And then I'm off to see the town. I've actually passed through Jerez numerous times by bus--only seeing the unattractive modern downtown--with one of the ugliest statues in the world: A giant man with ...
September 10, Cadiz
So, after last night's dinner we awoke rather, um….late; but for reasons OTHER than wine. Chris had a rough night and well…therefore so did I. He’s been unwell for a few days (prior to our drenching in A Coruna) and it reached its peak last night. He awoke this morning with a sore throat and red eyes, his forehead felt warm, so he decided to say on the ship and rest. I begged him to go to the ...
We were up and out by 10:30, off to Jerez. Marty wanted to make sure I got the list of events for the horse festival, see Cadiz and go to the beach.
We had no trouble getting to Jerez but once in town we traveled many ...
... and the sangria we ordered was more like juice than sangria. We only had one pitcher there before leaving to head back to our hotel area.
For dinner, my parents had pasta and I got pizza. We were able to watch the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean as well, which was really gorgeous on the beach.
The next day, we all slept in a little bit. My parents got moving a little before me, and decided to go to McDonalds for Egg ...
... small plaza and soon you will find a church.
We walked from the ship to Plaza de la Cathedral. The plaza was packed with passengers from at least four cruise ships, and because it was Palm Sunday, there were many locals as well. We arrived in the square a few minutes before noon. The bells began and people were coming and going from the Cathedral. We spent time there then had coffee in an ...