Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... singing out front of a cafe. He didnīt have a noticeable accent, so I stopped to talk to him and listen to him play. We hung out at a cafe until they kicked us out. Turns out heīs from England. He writes his own music. He teaches guitar, Spanish and English. He was one of the most interesting people I have met.
... And found the smallest and loudest bar in town to watch the Campions League final travesty with hot bocadillo sandwiches and extra strong dark beer. We camped out in the square, woken by wild serenading by passing football fans. Driving down the coast, past the concrete walled beach villas and Wild West saloons, we found pine needled forests and sandy slopes down to the scratchy rock coast. We swam amongst urchins and anemies. Babate has one of the biggest swathes of blond beach ...
... the afternoon, so the small bar was packed with families out on a Saturday to enjoy a tapas lunch and flamenco. Cole and Sahra came to see the afternoon show and although the scene was overwhelming at first, both found the atmosphere to be infectious and fun. The place was packed and many people simply stood at the bar to have their tapas and sherry, but the bartender kindly squeezed in a table for us right next to two other ...
... well known for housing a large "camera obscura" in it's main tower. Camera obscura is Latin for "darkened chamber room," but literally translates in Spanish to "dark camera." It is essentially a glorified periscope using mirrors to project images onto a large, white concave stone. It allows you to see a 360 degree panorama of the surrounding landscape with incredible high definition. By changing ...
... who was still in bed. Four minutes later, he melted against the seat across the isle from Courtney and I, and when he shot me a look of utter anguish I could completely relate.
An hour later, our bus was crusing past fields of orange trees towards Jerez, a city that lies in the outskirts of Cadiz. When we arrived an hour and a half later, our tour guides for the day brought a microphone into our bus and gave us a guided city tour. Jerez struck me as a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility