Hotel Barrosa Park
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... great feeling of the diversity and size of Spain and France travelling across it by train.
At Seville we had an hour and 10 minutes until our train on to Jerez where our journey ends for three weeks. We are returning by train at the end of August with a bunch of friends taking in Barcelona again, Aix en Provence, Annecy and Paris but that is another story......
“You can’t find a solution in the same vibration as the
problem” –my version of an Abraham quote
Often my shifts in attitude, and the resulting flow into
solutions comes after I ask the question, “What do I want instead?” as I did at
the end of my last entry.
But that sometimes isn’t possible until the particular
constriction is acknowledged, and so thank you to my friends for your ...
... to be, and soak up the atmosphere, pretending to be a local for a few days and not go too far afield. We have been enjoying the daily undercover market here and have bought ingredients for all our evening meals - seafood. We stop for a cafe con leche and churrios on the way and sit in the sun watching the people go by. Have walked around the perimeter of the old town, along the sea wall that flanks the Atlantic Ocean. There are some ...
... for a considerable amount of driving ahead. Today we would be driving to Cadiz, and then onto a small town called Sancti Petri, which was converted into a resort rather appropriately situated on the coastline.
We left at close to midday and after an hour of driving, we arrived in Cadiz at approximately 1PM. Cadiz is a lovely little town located in the south of Spain, and consisting of a new town and an old town. The new town consists of 8-10 ...
... boring things like tidying up, showers, reading and taking advantage of the free wi-fi. Such laziness, indeed!
Someone stopped by to tell us about the restaurant's Friday drink and tapas deal. It sounded good at €1.50 and as I've not yet had tapas (after 3 weeks in Spain too!) we said we'd be there at 1 pm. That gave us just sufficient time to investigate the nearby hilltop town ...