Hotel Fuerte Conil - Costa Luz
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1407. A Surprisingly History Rich City (Spa 083) Jerez de la Frontera, December 24, 2012 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 ...
... be too much for me. I remember trying to read Plato on the beach in college. LOST CAUSE! Hmmm…..Plato on the Beach, I think I have a title for my first novel! HA, right!!
Rounding yet another corner I came upon a “sea” of boats tethered to the sand in some manner. They were resting on the beach – there must have been 100 of these tiny boats. Some with engines, others with only oars (but one could see where ...
... up when there are a lot of boats around. There was a magic moment when the four of us were standing together along the side of the boat and a dolphin jumped out of the water right in front of us. Amazing!
After our boat trip we had lunch and wandered around the narrow, charming streets. We could see Morocco across the Strait of Gibraltar; it’s only fourteen kilometers to Africa from Tarifa. We stopped at a beach outside the town to watch ...
... wondered around the country side for about an hour and half. Alfonso offered a jump over a creek which I declined on the way back. I felt brave on such a big horse but not that brave. I was riding in a classic Spanish saddle which was over a hundred years old, very comfortable with a thick sheepskin pad and metal platform type stirrups to protect my feet from any raging bulls we ...
... the Nuevo Cathedral, and many great houses. While the City has some its medieval character in terms of tight winding streets, it does not retain any medieval buildings as the Dutch invaded in 1566 and leveled the City. It slowly was rebuilt and this was accelerated by the Royal Prerogative. It is also neat as this led to the naming of the streets or areas. As I ran today, I ran by "Honduras" “Venezuela”, etc. It seems all the New World ...