Hotel del Carmen
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... sorted things out in my mind and started figuring out what direction my life should go.
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Now I’m going back to remember those dreary but important days in my life and to see if Los Palacios is really as dull as I remember it being.
I decide to check into a reasonably priced hotel. I want to take my time and re-explore this city in ...
... There was no chance of a tour, he was the only only there, but there was a price list chalked on the wall and people were coming in with plastic containers of, I guess, 4 or 5 litres each, and getting them filled. So we went back to the apartment and got a 1 and 1/4 litre empty plastic water bottle and a 1/2 litre one, went back and got a fill up of amontillado and ...
... win. We are now back in Jerez and it too felt like coming home, but I've just realised that from Saturday we only have four weeks before leaving again for good. That's very sad! Still, we bought a whole hake and a couple of red mullets in the market and with a couple of olorosos that should cheer things ...
... of the bodegas Tio
Tio Pepe has done a very good job on its tours. They only
have two a day, but generally, there are a few different languages depending on
the travellers wanting to taste the Sherries, Jerez is famous for. They took us
through the bodegas, the name for the storage sheds, of their Sherries and
brandies, and then we get to taste! This is different as they will bottle their
sherry as young as three years and the colour of the ...
... modest but well kept and we are told the village communities are proud and honest people who look after each other and care nothing for anything showy and vulgar, they prefer to exchange their produce for other goods rather than use money. Each town has its own speciality produce, leather, wool, oranges, avocados, pork, goats cheese and wine and come together to trade their produce.
Juzcar was the next village we visited ...