Hotel Barrosa Park
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... the camping style with a night in the lovely Parador de Carmona, a Moorish castle converted into a wonderfully atmospheric hotel. It was really great to see her and go out for dinner, walks down the coast, exploring Jerez. I've met a few other people, but otherwise largely hanging on my own, reading and doing some writing. Due to start making my way back up to javea and then france for christmas :) Had a glass ...
... about taking photos of video during the show so we unfortunately we dont have any photos of the actual show. We do have alot of the horse training outside though.
(See below for more info on the show).
After the show we wandered to the centre of the old Jerez town for a great Tapa and Sherry lunch. There was a bit of a punch up at the resturant as a street musician was beaten up by another. The police ...
... as the streets overfill with cheers and the bars fill with fans. After a few days, Jerry and Page went back to the states and Tom went on to Pisa to meet a traveling companion. As I type this, Bill, Judy and myself are waiting on a flight to Greece. I wouldn't mind staying here longer though, but I want to start staying in the ...
... The garage couldn’t help, so I unhooked the car and drove to Tarifa to see if there was a garage there that could help. I found one almost immediately on the outskirts of the town. I was assured I could drive the bus without doing any harm and went back. Raewyn drove the car while I drove the bus and was able to park it outside the garage. One of the men spoke good English and after about an hour a mechanic came to look at ...
... from 1527 (and includes parts from the 11th Century). It was truly amzing with very low ceilings that enter the restaurant. The food was on the Morrocan side of life, sweet, ground nuts, lamb and mint flavors. The most exotic cheese cake we had ever had with date sauce and raisins in the cake itself. After dinner we walked the town and which was still active but alot quieter than Madrid and Barcelona at this time of night.