Hotel Duques de Medinaceli
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... great feeling of the diversity and size of Spain and France travelling across it by train.
At Seville we had an hour and 10 minutes until our train on to Jerez where our journey ends for three weeks. We are returning by train at the end of August with a bunch of friends taking in Barcelona again, Aix en Provence, Annecy and Paris but that is another story......
... to enjoy some of the training sessions, the palace, museum and
beautiful grounds before the show. I was
in tears for 90 minutes. But they were
tears of joy and appreciation. Nothing can compete artistically with the
Cavalia shows in the States and Canada, but this intimate, authentic
performance of beautiful athletes set to classical music is worth traveling to
Spain for, if you are a horse lover like myself. Horses were my first love (and at ...
... it easy for visitors to see the oldest neighbourhoods, castles and bastions, golden age of trade with India and the historical events of the Spanish Constitution of 1812. Some of the local activities include: golf, beaches, cycling, sailing, and Equestrian Shows. Beach horse racing in San Lucar in August. Jerez hosts numerous festivals, Cabillaros in May and the Speed Circuit, World Super motorcycle Grand Prix this ...
... very much alive. He explained the triangle formed by three Spanish cities contains the best grapes in the nation for wine. Apparently Cądiz is the perfect place to store wine as it ages because of the humidity from the ocean. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the winery... but I do know that TinTin visited it at some point in time, haha (see pictures below)
Overall, it was a great adventure :).
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... thankfully so did the sun. We spent a few days eating tapas and exploring the city before heading down to Cadiz. Jason was feeling a bit rundown, so I did a lot of wandering around by myself, getting a bit lost. And what a place to get lost in. After walking down lots of narrow winding streets I'd suddenly arrive in a small square with lots of ...