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As the weather had been ordinary, we decided to forgo our
side tour to Gibraltar and to explore Jerez. I think it was a good move
although Anne would not agree to some point; she still enjoyed what Jerez had to offer. The
city Is the home of the famous Andalusian horse riding school. It is just a
short walk from the hotel and we arrive in time for the gates to open as we
stroll up. Whoo Hoo! First in, nearly, and away we go following the
... it nestled within some apartment buildings and purchased six tickets. Two for us and four for some of Matthew's squadronmates. It took far too long to find the place, but we were excited for our first bull fight! We had a few hours to kill, so we hurredly made it to the beach where we enjoyed some time in the sun and dinner.
Later that day, we met up with the guys and found our seats in the ...
... room for a minute, I headed downstairs to deck 1 to disembark to Cadiz. I picked up a map from an information booth set up just across the street. I wanted to shop and then to walk as far around the town (Cadiz is on a spit, surrounded by water on three sides) as I could manage. For shopping, my goals were: spend some of my Euro (!), buy a notebook (done!), a spray bottle to use to wet down my shirts to get rid of the wrinkles (done!), and to find a gift for Tammy (also, done!). ...
... place in Cuba). We had a great lunch at an outdoor seafood restaurant and ordered a family-style dish of fried fish, which ended up being at least 4 pounds of assorted fish between the five of us (we had met a German friend from the walking tour who ate with us also.) After an overbearing lunch, we explored the Castle of San Sebastian. This castle was an old military fort hundreds of years ago and is now used as a functioning lighthouse and tourist location. It is right off the ...
Day 67 and 68 Sea Day and Cadiz, Spain
It was a typical sea day. We watched the seas, exercised, read. There was an auction where they auctioned off the Captain's jacket, 6 handed massages, dinner in the GM's room, etc. People had fun bidding, but we did not bid.
We dined in Signatures, one of the specialty restaurants. It is always so good, food as well as service.
Day 68 Cadiz, Spain
It is always ...