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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... of the journey. My second mistake was to, having removed it, try and pump up the tyre a little, then POW!! All the air in my tyre escaped in half a second. Completely flat. My second puncture in Spain and on the last day t'boot. Fixed in a jiffy under a bridge just outside Jerez, we limped into town for a well-deserved coke. The hard part was over. We knew it was only 20 miles or so to the coast, and with a couple of hills ahead of us, the feeling of excitement ...
... t bother.
Arrived in Cadiz about 3pm and it took till 4pm to find the hotel. Cadiz is on a peninsula and the first part is a long stretch of beach with huge hotels and apartments lining the road. It goes for miles and miles and then finally you reach the old city of Cadiz at the end of the peninsula on a Harbour. The old town is beautiful but the streets are just the width or the car and we went up and down and ...
... the camomile tea and eucalyptus massage were just what we needed after the previous two evenings festivities. We followed this by visiting Tabanaco Plateros which was a sherry and tapas bar. It was filled with locals and provided food and drink for very reasonable prices, we did a double take when we got the bill it was that cheap.
Monday is also not the best day to explore in Andalusia it appears. Many of the museums are also closed on this day. ...
... Palomino (95% of vineyards/sherry), Pedro Ximenez and Moscatel (the latter 2 are specifically used for sweet sherries). There seems to be an art to blending sherries as they age in order to produce a consistent quality as well as a number of different varieties.
Only a maximum of 70 litres per 100 kilos of grapes is extracted and the remainder, which has a higher alcohol content, is then used to fortify some of the sherries to increase their ...
... that it was a lot nicer than I remembered it and we grew increasingly excited as we wandered from room to room poking our noses into cupboards and getting covered in dust in the process. Even our grumpy teenage daughter was starting to show signs of positivity!
The house has six rooms on each of the two floors arranged around a central courtyard area. There is a staircase up to the first floor with a small room under it and another staircase up to ...
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