Hotel Barrosa Palace
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... We got the more expensive of their two olorosos, and the amontillado was also more expensive, but together it still came to only 9 euros, and in order to chose he gave us three glasses to try, which cost a euro each in the bars. So less than 7 pounds for nearly 2 litres of sherry ( and three glasses). The standard oloroso is just 3 euros a litre. I could get to like it ...
I finally made it to see the third Jerez football team today. This season they have played 18, won 17 (whatever happened in the other one?), and scored 84 goals, about 4.7 per game (even better than the mighty Bees!). They played really neat attractive football, but were so dominant that it's hard to tell how good they really are. They are surely set for promotion so I guess they'll find out next season. A good game, and about 1000 ...
... works as a self employed finance broker for the Film Industry, jumping between London and New York but living most of his time in a motor home travelling Europe while collecting rent on his two apartments.
So that’s your lot for this year. We are staying here at Pinar at least until after January 6, the Three Kings Festival which to Spanish children is more important than Christmas. We’ll report on that next ...
... meaning we ended up ordering some things we didn't entirely plan to. The portions we had were massive also, far too much food for just two people. Walking was made treacherous by the fact there was dog poo all over the streets, absolutely everywhere!! Not the nicest thing to have to contend with.
We booked a session in the Banos Arabes (Arabian baths) with a 15 min aromatherapy massage in the evening. This was the perfect relaxing experience. The 3 pools of ...
... made it "interesting" to find our way with only the simple map we had from the ship. We were hoping to run across a Holy Week procession for which this city is famous, but must have been either too early or too late: we kept running across individuals in costume (strange dark pointed hats and masks with only eye-openings -- like KKK hoods -- and colorful capes), but never a whole parade. Darn. Even knowing that Spaniards don't eat dinner until after nine ...