No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews El Coloso Jerez De La Frontera
Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... other wine, the types of
grapes that are used, and the different styles of sherry. I will be far more
informed the next time I’m in the dessert/fortified wine section of a liquor
store back home to decide whether I want a fine, cream, amontillado, oloroso,
or Pedro Ximenez. The last is a particular variety of white grape that is dried
for two weeks after picking before being juiced into wine, so it’s essentially
a wine made from raisins and is syrupy sweet ...
... tell you in Spanish that heīll come back and pick you up for the second movie. Then you would have to wait until heīs out of sight so you could hightail it in another direction. He might remind you of the old Billy Crystal SNL skit. You old people, you know which one I mean! Donīt be jealous.
Iīm always on the lookout for a good yoga studio. I found one my first day, but wasnīt sure it was the studio for me. I got lost again yesterday looking for the other. A nice lady named ...
... El Cabano Blanco' from her childhood) but the Eur 25 EACH put us off. Instead, we did a tour of Tio Pepe sherry bodega much to Tony's joy.
It was a great tour - even Tony thought so, and he had already done the tour 3 times before, he could have hosted the tour himself and I was surprised no one recognised him! After seeing all the history of the brand and area, there was some sherry tasting which was good (but only 2 different sherries). We ...
... ring road, we arrive back where we started off after the meal... near the cathedral. We are lucky to spot a taxi and grateful to the driver who takes us back to our hotel on the other side of the city for a reasonable fare.
I loved our short time in Jerez and we have put it on our 'return' list... (which gets longer every year). Next time we will stay longer and visit a Bodega or two.
... altar and at least 10 more altars featuring saints. The entire church could hold maybe 40 people, tops.
By now we decided to take purple to the end. We felt confident that it would somehow, miraculously return us to the ship. We were desperate for food and decided on some hole in the wall that served "Argentinian food", what ever that is. Tim pleaded with me to have a glass of wine, so I did.