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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... enough to leave by 8am exactly. A quick stop off at our good old friend the Repsol garage, and we were on our way out of Seville. We were lulled into a false sense of security early on by the excellent cycle path which had been laid out in front of us along the busy road out of town. We soon realised though, that at the first major junction we were entering motorway country, and the cycle path ended. We had to find a detour, and it was not easy. We had to ride ...
... a bit ugly with the bull dribbling saliva and snorting in pain and anger. We were just saying how cruel it was when the owner came out and changed channels to the Spanish Grand Prix. We think it was because the bull was about to be killed and he didn't want to upset the tourists.
We couldn't find the Bodegas until we were joining the highway to Cadiz and there were all three of them. It was too hard to get back so ...
... the camomile tea and eucalyptus massage were just what we needed after the previous two evenings festivities. We followed this by visiting Tabanaco Plateros which was a sherry and tapas bar. It was filled with locals and provided food and drink for very reasonable prices, we did a double take when we got the bill it was that cheap.
Monday is also not the best day to explore in Andalusia it appears. Many of the museums are also closed on this day. ...
... hair! The show opened with a solo performer who looked like a speckled egg. He was extremely muscular, trotting sideways, parading around the arena. He even performed a 'donut' a few times, presenting himself proudly to the crowd. Next, 4 horses created interesting patterns, crossing over each other diagonally across the arena. Then another 4 horses entered the arena, this time riderless, with the trainers walking alongside them. They ...
... lettering visible. As we come closer to Jerez, we spot a different type of sign by the roadside.... a cheerful looking red and black man with a guitar. We are puzzled about what he represents, but later discover he is the 'Tio Pepe' man, advertising the Tio Pepe sherry Bodegas.
I have used Google maps to find directions to our hotels. Unfortunately, I have had sim card problems with my phone in Spain, so resort ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed