Conil Park Hotel
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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 ...
... nature was telling me it was time, I went into the store for some relief.
In the store, after my call of nature, I saw a blue pullover T shirt in a wonderful shade of blue…..only 4,99 Euro! DONE! Bought it. So comfortable, love it…wearing it tomorrow!!!
OK, time to head back to the Ship. I’ve been walking for three hours!! No wonder my feet are starting to let me know. Got back to the room, changed and ...
The farm had a section each for the stallions, mares, pregnant mares and weaned babies. In the immaculate tack room the saddles were locked in lovely wooden glass front cabinets.
The breed is predominately white with some brown and very little black. The black horses being used to pull the funeral carriages of the time. Now they employ a very sophisticated gene separating machine they were using to breed more black ...
... night was unsettled with 50 mph winds and rain but has since improved.. winds have dropped to 30mph!!
So a disappointing start with the weather not helped by the fact that everyone we bump into telling us 'they have never seen the weather so bad in all the years they have been coming here'.
So more about the people we are bumping into.. well I would say the average age prior to ...
... holding 25,000). To put this in proportion, Cadiz today only has 180,000 inhabitants.
We took our leave of the walking tour when it was “free time” in the Plaza de las Flores. We walked to the Coast surrounding the town and visited the Castillo de Santa Cantalina – an existing Castle with ramparts and a moat built to protect Cadiz from invaders from the sea. We then walked by the best beach in town Playa de la Caleta. ...