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Today we were in the city of Cádiz, Spain. Despite the very strong winds, the pilots & bridge team managed to bring Britannia alongside safely, and on time. Grampa still isn't well so we took Bet around with us. The winds didn't settle to it was hard to get around the city. We went to some shops and returned to ...
... see in the photos, came out of the church and then had to be turned 90 degrees, not an easy process. They got a cadence going, thanks to the band were able to get the front turned while the back just did a little pivot. Enjoy the photos. More tomorrow as this goes on all week. I have a schedule for time and place and they seem to be right on time. Adventure Barbie
... package soon). I thanked them in Arabic, and so they had to teach me how to say it in Turkish. They even gave me a little bag that said thank you in Turkish so I wouldn’t forget. Tesekkur Ederiz. But the "u" has an umlaut and the “s” has a little squiggle on it. Of course this is in our alphabet. The man had another son that was a pilot in Houston.
After four ports in a row in Turkey and Greece, we had a sea day, then ...
... I´m not sure if Cádiz is an example of this, but it certainly confuses tourists. And really, what are tourists but modern-day invaders?
Cádiz is very rich in history. Ceasar walked her streets and alleyways as did Hannibal. It was Spain´s major port when it was a world power. All of Columbus´ voyages left from here, marking the beginning of what would come to be known as the Columbian Exchange, changing the future of the Americas permanently. Europe and ...
... put me at ease as I have grown fond of the tiny cobble streets and stone buildings. We exited the bus and walked about until I recognized a street name from my directions.
Now, in the U.S. I can take directions just fine, but in Europe that has not been my strong point. Taylor had been the navigator for us in Córdoba and I always carried a map with me, just in case. This time I steered us to our hostal and my usual GPS Taylor, was impressed. Granted, you ...