Hotel Puertobahia & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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... was ceremonially opened in front of him. He (for it was always a he) then had 24 hours isolated in this chapel to study the book. Food was passed to him through a grill. After 24 hours the college dignitaries came in and the student had to give a one hour dissertation on the book, followed by a question and answer session and debate. The dignitaries then discussed amongst themselves whether to award a degree. How different things ...
We felt we saw everything we wanted to see in Jerez yesterday. So we decided to check out Cadiz today - 30 minutes drive south-west. The city of Cadiz is situated in a peninsula which apparently is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe.
In order to get to the city, we had to drive through a bridge right next to some huge industrial ports. The outskirts of the city was also very big ...
... unlike most Spanish churches / Cathederals we have visited.
There is also an entrance fee, which always annoys Kathleen, she says, "you should not have to pay to visit God's House".
There is an very extensive (and echo filled) crypt, which is ...
... the cathedral, churches, arches and historically significant buildings as the tourist manual told me to be. Instead I most enjoyed observing the cat colonies sunbathing on the rocks, an epic sandcastle and walking along the coast with the sun beating and a gorgeous vista. One really helpful thing about Cadiz was the painted lines on the ground indicating paths for 4 different walking tours. Makes life easy for map-reading-impaired people such ...
... was the third, as I felt joyful to the brim. This is why I usually travel for so long, it seems it takes me a little time to get my groove, to relax, and feel the moment. I’d had a morning workout at home, and then the three musketeers road tripped through Los Pueblos Blancos, the tiny little white villages that dot the hills of Spain. We went from desert to leafy green, from mountainous to farmland, each panaroma more delicious than the next. I ...