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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and observed for a while as there were few tourist here and there is a definite routine on how to order tapas at a bar. We finally approached the bar and started ordering in our very best Spanish! Not too sure what we were going to get but it turned out well. The barman kept tally of our order with chalk written right on the bar top. We took our first glass of manzanilla out to the table to wait. We had read lots ...
We made it to Greece, Bill, Judy and myself. We got in around 5am and I didn't get much sleep on the plane. Needless to say, with it also raining, I decided to hang low and try to sleep last night. Tonight, I am riding a ferry, which is more like a cruise ship, to Athens. ...
... to Sevilla. I visited the Case de Pilato, which is a 16th century mansion which is a strange and delightful mix of Moorish and Renaissance architecture. The entire walls are tiled, and the tiles themselves are all the originals and therefore very famous. I came across a familiar face here: the friendly Japanese lady I met yesterday at Plaza de España. We continued to exchange photos and had a good chat, swapping details. Her name is ...
Day 167, 10 hrs, 11.2 kms Despite my tiring hike yesterday, I'm eager for an early start the next day. My next destination: Jerez de la Frontera, one of the last "revisits" I need to do here in Spain. Revisit: Jerez de la Frontera, Spain First visit: April 1998 Back in 1998, I was going through a rough time, I was out of money... Some friends in Los Palacios, Spain offered me a place to stay and a job. for a couple of months. It was ...
... attacks, take-overs, religious battles, freedom and oppression Cadiz experienced throughout the centuries. Today Spain, much like the rest of the world, is experiencing much difficulty and with that Cadiz suffers also, claiming the highest rate of unemployment in all of Spain (40%). But aside from the typical trends in regions with poor economy, the people here seem to genuinely enjoy life. They value a much slower pace and centre more on family and culture rather than on ...