Hipotels Hotel Flamenco Conil
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There are lots and lots of sherry bodegas around the centre of Jerez and we found a few just up the road from us. Mostly they don't do visits or you have to make an appointment but one small one had a sign outside so we went and looked. Into a small door in the wall, and inside dark and with just one elderly man behind an antique counter with a very old huge mechanical ...
... fine sand, which seemed quite calm for the Atlantic. We walked along the beach for about half a mile until we came to the promenade in front of the old town.
The town buildings are mostly painted white, with narrow lanes opening into plazas and lots of doorways with beautiful tiles and views into patios and courtyards ...
We arrived in Tarifa (12 May), disembarked the ferry and boarded the shuttle bus for Algacaris where we were all to go our separate ways by bus - Mum and Dad (George and Wilma) to Malaga, Elise and Michael to Seville and Ron, Kerryn, Phil and I to Cadiz. Spain has a much more modern feel to it than Morocco, we almost feel at home after two weeks in a very different culture. Our apartment is in the old city, very close to all the sights. ...
... to go to for a sherry tasting. We arranged to meet the guide at 4:30 and walked home.
The Bodega was founded by a local Jerez sherry producing family that started in the 1600's. The building had been recently purchased but still looking like it had had a fire, which turned out was the mold that was produced by the humidity the oak barrels gave off while the aging process occurred. They could paint it every year and the next season the ...
... they would be open. Ah, but silly us, it was a festival day…so all the shops were closed. 3 hours later and with no food we got back to the boat footsore and we had to go out again to get provisions next day.
We spent the day on the boat and about 8pm we walked into town again and found the supermercado and all the shops open and busy with customers. We had a good stock up with food, a meal in a small cafe and a hunt for a wifi zone and ...