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... views had earned 15-20% of the vote in France recently. And there used to be a saying in Spain, Jose said: "Vivimos mejor con Franco." (We lived better under Franco.) But, Jose wouldn't have said it.
Traveling to the south of Spain, I noticed a rigidity in the way the Spaniards followed rules. Truckers, and other people driving work vehicles, wouldn't carry passengers because it was against the rules. Employees ...
... around in a group of 50+. Our luck would have it that less than an hour after dinner, the torrential downpours started once again, ending our night and sending most of the Carnaval partiers running for shelter.
The next morning, we woke up to an amazing blue sky, so we were actually excited to jump back on the bus and begin our journey to Jerez for sightseeing and a winery tour.
... we decided to try a few tapas and then head back to Scooby for dinner. We went into several tapas bars that had character and all with legs of jamon hanging from its rafters but none of the tapas appealed to us as they were all covered in goop – lots of creamy stuff so decided against trying them and headed back to Tapas du Meson du Scooby J
10th Sanlucar to Jerez
Kim went for ...
... point of Columbus and Magellan's famous voyages of discovery. We'd signalled the best place to stay in our Rough Guide, which is a series of rooms in one half of the Sanlucar estate of the eccentric duchess of Medina Sidonia, who's Hostelleria contains a good 20 luxury suites all decked in original medieval furniture and that look out onto an interior courtyard garden in the Venetian style. (can't actually say it was the venetian style for sure, but ...
... theatre on the ship. Well, we were not cleared for disembarkation when we were supposed to be, so there was a delay in leaving the ship - which unfortunately resulted in a few people getting a little - or more accurately VERY - irate. It was really embarrassing - and then we were the unlucky ones as the people that were having a fit were on the same tour that we were on and then on our bus...so for the 1 ½ hour drive to Seville we had to listen to ...