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... or tapas, taking photos and doing a small bit of shopping.
After siesta time we went to the Parador for one drink overlooking the beatiful view then returned to our favorite tapas place (ate lunch there too) for dinner. The tapas we had for both meals was fabulous. We got to know all the staff and again enjoyed communicating with them in their attempt at English and our attempt at Spanish. ...
Jerez is a very small town southwest of Madrid. Itīs cool and breezy here in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it gets hot and sunny. The thing to do here is to tour a bodega, or sherry winery. The name Jerez means sherry in English, so thatīs the thing to do. I havenīt gotten to that yet and I leave tomorrow.
When I first got here I got lost. The map was completely useless and it made Jerez look huge. There are also tons of cute little plazas tucked away here and ...
... are sweet. We talked detroit techno and listened to music. The night shift girl came in and after a few minutes I realized she was wearing the hoody I lost there last week! I'll take that thanks! Watched some Electric Six videos with everyone to explain what band I was seein in Paris and then called it a night. Slept with a girl in my room that snored like a freight train but slept so much better here than before. Dorm life. Can't wait to have my own room again. :) Onward to ...
... on their second day. After a smiling conversation about the coincidence, we leave them to catch up their daughter, who has been working in Jerez for the past year, while we enjoy our swim, followed by sherry aperitif (what else can you ask for in Jerez?) and evening meal.
Next day we set off to walk to the Sandeman bodega, which is just around the corner, according to the map kindly provided by our hotel. Jerez is a ...
... my sisters and my mom to get here on the 17th, only 8 more days! Then we are off to Italy and Switzerland so that should be amazing. Spain and Italy are going to be so packed with people because it is Semana Santa, the holy week and the streets will be so crowded but it will definitely be an interesting experience!! Well talk to you all around the 30th of April when I get back to the states!