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... fashion. I head to the supermarket and stock up on supplies, eat a decent meal, then set out explore the town.
Yep, it is as boring as I remember it. In fact, it’s possibly the most boring of the 31 Spanish towns I’ve parkbenched to date. No real historical district, there’s a boxy looking City Hall, the short pedestrian street has little charm, and the rest of the city is just your standard narrow white streets with ...
Today we drove to Cadiz. Cadiz is situated in the southernmost part of the Iberian Peninsular. The history of Cadiz covers over more than 3,000 years,from Tartessos megalithic caves and Phoenician sites up to today. An important Arab Legacy and influence is seen in the fortifications and traditions. The Discovery of America opened up for Cadiz new transatlantic commercial routes,which brought prosperity ,as well ...
We seem to have settled into a pattern on Saturdays to have a sherry, or two, at home, then go to eat some tapas in a bar or two somewhere , and end up at bar El Pasaje which has live flamenco on Friday nights, Saturday lunchtime and Saturday nights. It's not ...
... we went to the Spa and Wellness centre and enjoyed a spa treatment. Turkish spa, hot & cold showers (which I tried to run through and of course Ken tried to hold me there!), calf and foot sprays and steam room. Delightful after the long walk. Ken also had a massage. Starting to find out a bit more about our traveling companions. Kathleen is on a 6 month journey. She and her ...
Having survived the day before we decided to give it a go for day two. We were a bit worried about the hills, but decided that especially since day 2 was mostly on a bike path (Via Verde) we would give it a shot. One thing is that the meters climbed for day one hadn't been listed for each stage so it was difficult to gauge how high the hills were that gave us trouble. On day two the altitude was listed and it seemed to be slighty uphill the whole way.
We got ...