Hotel Casa del Regidor
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... away. We got lost again finding the house. My dad had no idea where to go. We drove around for a little, until we found the turn. From there we drove through a country-side area, and found our house. Our house has a pool, roosters, and dogs. The dogs are really friendly. And cute. :) The house is pretty big, and has a loft area where Maile and I are sleeping. It's much quieter out here, way different from ...
... here last and it's a joy to be back. Not only is the weather sunny and warm but the beach, the sea and the walks through the pine forested dunes are exactly as I remember them.
The old town of El Puerto is much the same, pedestrianised streets with busy local bars and small shops. Two years ago on St Patrick's Day, Señor was in his element in an Irish bar watching Wales end England's 6 nations championship bid. Last night, ...
... hot breeze that's suppsed to make you crazy. The thing that did drive me nuts was all the fine dust that got everywhere.
Stores are only open from 10 or 11 til 2, some may reopen from 4-6, and on Sunday everything is closed. I needed to make a photocopy one Saturday afternoon and was out of luck. It can be a bit frustrating trying to get things done. Everyone says, oh it’s too hot to work, and they just close up and go to the beach. ...
Thursday, April 4, 2013 - Cadiz, Spain
00:09 Safely Docked
17:10 Vessel Undocked
Merchants from Tyree named their new Andalusian port Gadir: 'enclosure' (c1100BC). Their Carthaginian cousins (later Romans) expanded the port. It ultimately ranked among Rome’s most important naval outposts.
Lavish buildings represent the colonial legacy that began with Christopher Columbus’ first Atlantic crossing in 1492. It ...
... interspersed with plazas. The old town is quite small so you're never too far away from the sea. The cathedral was beautiful and we had an excellent Pescados frittas lunch served in a paper cone for . So good that I went back for more calamari and ate my fill. We wandered around the town and ended up at the main beach which the boys loved although it too cold for a swim ...